Edinburgh International Festival

The original "official" festival

Yesterday, Freedom Day arrived in England and
The original Edinburgh International Festival, launched in 1947 as a stage for peace and unity in Europe…
On first reading, you might have passed it off as a weak April Fool’s joke.
As emergency measures are implemented to control the spread of Covid-19, Edinburgh Fringe Society Chief Exe
Seven out of the twelve gigs in Edinburgh International Fe
It was the most perfect of summer evenings to celebrate the ending of another fine Edinburgh International
The Usher Hall was full to watch Sir Simon Rattle conduct his London Symphony Orchestra in a programme of t
Britten’s War Requiem was commissioned for the opening of Coventry Cathedral following the destruction of a
National treasure, Stephen Fry brings his best-selling novel, ‘Mythos: The Greek Myths Retold’, to
Birds of Paradise produced Purposeless Movements back in 2016 to address a specific medical descri
The Quartet was formed 21 years ago, and this long-term collaboration really shows in the ease with which t
Both Scottish premieres, two profound and powerful works that had the Usher Hall enthralled.