My Account Cart Search
The 2013 Festival opens in thrilling fashion as three great Russian musicians join the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in a pair of seminal masterpieces by Prokofiev.
The 2013 Queen’s Hall concerts open in style with one of the finest Lieder singers of his generation.
Formed in London in 2005, the young Chiaroscuro Quartet has already garnered widespread praise for its invigorating, sharply focused performances.
Pat Fisher, Principal Curator, Talbot Rice Gallery will be in conversation with curators Seong Eun Kim, Chaeyoung Lee and archivist Sang Ae Park from the Nam June Paik Art Center to discuss the wo
A video reconstruction of the landmark 1977 production Rumstick Road which combined audio taped conversations, family letters, dance, 35mm slides and the writing of Mary Baker Eddy to con
As we spend more time online or attached to a mobile device and with increasing amounts of information being generated and captured, Jon Oberlander, Professor of Epistemics at the University
In the face of today’s ongoing technological revolution, author and journalist Ben Hammersley examines how we must consider today what we do not know for tomorrow.
Imprisoned and tortured for threatening to expose the barbarity of a brutal regime, political prisoner Florestan has little hope left.
New York’s groundbreaking theatre company The Wooster Group re-imagines Shakespeare’s classic tragedy for the 21st century.
Minimalist composer Philip Glass’s magical reimagining of Jean Cocteau’s 1946 La Belle et la Bête combines the classic black and white film with live performance in a sophisticated work t
An evening of thrilling 20th-century classics from the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under its chief guest conductor, Ilan Volkov, who is widely renowned for the passion and intensity of his mus
A video of a complete performance of the 1999 OBIE-winning collision of Gertrude Stein’s Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights with Joseph Mawra’s B-movie classic, Olga’s
Aleks Krotoski, social psychologist and presenter of Radio 4’s Digital Human, untangles the World Wide Web, asking how much of a revolution it really is.
Jesse Schell, Distinguished Professor of Entertainment Technology, Carnegie Mellon University, and technology entrepreneur Chris van der Kuyl discuss the gamifi cation of design and its pote
The internationally renowned Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra makes a two-concert visit to the Festival under chief conductor Mariss Jansons, acclaimed for his blistering performances and for his
Download diary PDF
Hub Tickets Box Office
+44(0)131 473 2000
Join our mailing list
Facebook twitter pinterest flickr youtube storify
© Edinburgh International Festival 2014. Edinburgh International Festival Society is a company limited by guarantee and incorporated in Scotland (SC024766) with its registered office at The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh EH1 2NE. Registered Charity No SC004694
If you choose to receive your tickets in the post, you will be charged an additional 80p for postage. A transaction fee of £1 will be added to all bookings.
View the full diary from Festival 2013
Explore the Festival multimedia library
Explore the history of the Festival
We're looking for our 2014 Festival Photographer. Is it you?
The Festival relies on the generosity of its supporters
Get inside the circle. Become a Friend or Patron
Learn more about our Festival venues
Find your way to Edinburgh for the Festival