It’s not just the Fringe giants whose presence will be absent from The Capital this August. Other regulars, who have appeared with packed programmes year on year, will be physically invisible. One of these is theSpaceUK with their patch being at Surgeon’s Hall in the Southside. Established in 1995, they specialise in producing live performance and are, in local parlance, a weel kent presence in Edinburgh during the Fringe when they offer diverse works across the theatrical spectrum.
In a never say die spirit, they are announcing an online programme featuring over eighty different shows, all written and produced during lockdown to take the place of live shows.
There will be Live Shows that launch on 8 August then every Saturday at 7pm with a 90 minute running time until 30 August and new shows are uploaded each week. These are available via theSpaceUK website.
Make the most of a packed programme that comprises theatre, children’s, cabaret, film, music, musicals, spoken word and comedy whose running times range from 10-45 minutes and are all completely free. Please see theSpaceUK website for the full programme.
All Shows are free and available until 30 August and can be watched via theSpaceUK website.
If you’re suffering from Fringe withdrawal, this could be the answer for you!