The 2015 Edinburgh Line Up! featured groundbreaking productions from The Czech Republic, Germany, UK, Palestine, USA, Iran, and New Zealand.

We had a great festival! Thank you to everybody who was involved in making it such a success. Special congratulations go to award winners:

Volker Gerling. His show Portraits in Motion won a Total Theatre Award for Innovation, Experimentation and Playing with Form.

Palestinian Circus Company for their show B-Orders. It won a Total Theatre and Jackson's Lane Award for Circus.

 

Breathtaking fusion of live painting, music and 3D projection set in the magnificent   quadrangle of George Heriot's School 


Breathtaking fusion of live painting, music and 3D projection set in the magnificent   quadrangle of George Heriot's School 

Explosive performance from Cirk La Putyka, multi-discipline masters of acrobatics and contemporary dance

Explosive performance from Cirk La Putyka, multi-discipline masters of acrobatics and contemporary dance

One of the world's leading Masked Theatres, returns to Edinburgh with their most thrilling silent comedy to date 

One of the world's leading Masked Theatres, returns to Edinburgh with their most thrilling silent comedy to date 


  A boozing session is hilariously satirised in a radical work of absurdist theatre based on the works of Vaclev Havel

 

A boozing session is hilariously satirised in a radical work of absurdist theatre based on the works of Vaclev Havel

  Heart warming photographic portraits and the stories behind them by enigmatic creator of flip books: Volker Gerling

 
Heart warming photographic portraits and the stories behind them by enigmatic creator of flip books: Volker Gerling

  Real adventures of international border crossing recreated in a fascinating and funny expedition through the opaque ins and outs of our fragile right of passage.

 

Real adventures of international border crossing recreated in a fascinating and funny expedition through the opaque ins and outs of our fragile right of passage.

Trygve Wakenshaw’s critically acclaimed physical one man comedy show, KRAKEN is back after after last year's total-sell-out


Trygve Wakenshaw’s critically acclaimed physical one man comedy show, KRAKEN is back after after last year's total-sell-out

Gripping contemporary circus and dance performance about the desire to escape the multitude of codes and (b)orders dominating  Palestinian society. 

Gripping contemporary circus and dance performance about the desire to escape the multitude of codes and (b)orders dominating  Palestinian society. 

Internationally renowned theatrical phenomenon returns to the Fringe for 10 performances only 

Internationally renowned theatrical phenomenon returns to the Fringe for 10 performances only