WELCOME to #DANISH universe with shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
First of all we want to do some extra for you to get to know the #DANISH works better. Therefore we invite you to these free special events – click on the events and sign up now (limited space):

THE INSIDER by Teater Katapult

16.30 | 4-27. August | Zoo Southside

Look into the human face of greed – live acting, visuals and a binaural soundscape that gives you the chills. The cum-ex tax scum: 50 million GBP ‘robbed’ from the treasuries around Europe!…

MASS EFFECT by Himherandit Productions

12.55 | 15-26. August | Summerhall

Pushing past the limit!
Together, the cast push their physical limits, deal with exhaustion, motivation, and group dynamics.


15.00 | 4-20. August | The Danish Consulate in Edinburgh

An immersive and otherworldly journey into the governing structures of our society. A new world where everything is governed by the principles of the aesthetic dimension.

HARVEST by recoil performance group 

18.30 | 4-19. August | Zoo Southside

A contemporary and a neo-flamenco dancer. Soil and grass. A piece that explores the working body across two seemingly distant sectors: agriculture and dance. How do we humans shape and cultivate nature, and what is it to cultivate a body?

DARK NOON by Fix&Foxy

17.00 | 2. – 27. August | Pleasance at EICC Lennox Theatre

A unique mind-blowing theatrical experience, a brutal reimagining of the history of America, told by seven South African actors. They say history is told by the victors; this story is told by the vanquished.

STONE-FACE-BOOK by Granhoj Dans

21.30 | 4. – 13. August | Assembly @ Dance Base

Drawing on his father’s background as a miner, award-winning dancer Mikolaj Karczewski uses whimsical choreography to breathe life into the stones, finding music in them, and from that music and dance arise.

TOURIST by Don Gnu

14.40 | 4. – 12. August | ZOO Southside

An action-packed, physical comedy about life as a tourist and how encountering others can bring both the best and the worst out in us. Maybe we do not have to travel far to come far?