Summerhall’s 2015 festival programme has all the diversity, internationalism, risk and surprise that our audiences have come to expect. It sees us working in partnership more than ever before; perhaps reflecting our increasing maturity as a venue, as we reach the ripe old age of five.
At Summerhall we particularly value discovery, enquiry and new connections between people, whether made socially in our festival courtyard or in one of those fleeting moments of shared insight or emotion between audience and artist. We welcome you to join us this August for a feast of international theatre, performance, visual art, dance, spoken word and music for audiences of all ages.
- 2 June 2016Summerhall Festival 2016 – family shows
- 27 May 2016Verity Leigh introduces Summerhall’s Edinburgh Fringe 2016
- 25 May 2016Summerhall NEHH Festival 2016
- 21 Jul 16: Edinburgh Festival Fringe: 10 key venues
- 21 Jul 16: Edinburgh Fringe 2016: The 12 most promising shows at this year’s festival
- 21 Jul 16: You’re So Physical! Ed Fringe 2016 Round-up – Physical Theatre, Circus & Cabaret Highlights
- 20 Jul 16: Extreme measures: acts that have gone to crazy lengths for their art
- 15 Jul 16: Fringe at Summerhall Preview
- 15 Jul 16: EDINBURGH 2016: BWW Q&A – Meet Fred
- 12 Jun 16: Edinburgh festival 2016: comedy shows that should deliver
- 8 Jun 16: Edinburgh festival 2016: what to see and where to go
- 26 May 16: Edinburgh Fringe: Five shows to see at Summerhall
- 26 May 16: Trident debate to take centre stage at Edinburgh Fringe