Made in Scotland is a curated showcase of Scottish performance on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, supported through the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund.
Andy Manley, Rob Evans and Red Bridge
Mikey is a sunny boy. He lives alone with his mum. Mikey's mum has a secret. It’s not well kept. Everyone knows it. Everyone except Mikey. Addie is a good girl. She doesn't tell lies. Her father makes sure of that. Addie tells the truth. It's what you have to do. Isn't it? It's hard to tell when your life will change. The day you wake up normal but end up falling far from everything you've ever known. Spinning into nothingness. Today is that day.
Greengold Projects and Authentic Artist Collective
A homecoming in viola, voice, movement, animation and storytelling, Pulse is the story of Mairi Campbell's quest to heal cultural wounds.
Sam Rowe and Macrobert Arts Centre in association with Showroom
This multi-layered, stunningly designed show weaves together writer and performer Sam Rowe’s autobiography with the writing of Denton Welch (1915-1948), a fascinating figure in queer literary history, and favourite of Alan Bennett, William S Burroughs and John Waters.
Kieran Hurley with Show And Tell
In just one moment, worlds will end. Multi award-winner Kieran Hurley (Beats, Chalk Farm, Hitch), with an original sonic score by Michael John McCarthy, weaves a picture of a familiar city at its moment of destruction, asking what would we do if we found ourselves at the end of our world as we know it.
Simon Thacker and Justyna Jablonska
Scottish virtuoso guitarist and composer Simon Thacker returns to create a new Romani musical journey in this dazzling world première featuring reimagined Gypsy songs and original works inspired by Indian, Balkan and Spanish traditions.
Graeme Stephen with Zapp 4 and Tom Bancroft
Award-winning Scottish composer Graeme Stephen presents the world première of his score for the 1927 silent film Metropolis.