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Playbill Goes Fringe Immerse Yourself in Edinburgh Fringe with Full Coverage From 'Playbill Goes Fringe'

Dive into the festival's history, catch up with correspondents Margaret Hall and Leah Putnam, glean insights into attending, and more.

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In case you missed any of Playbill Goes Fringe, Playbill has you covered: take a trip to Edinburgh, Scotland with reports from the center of the world's largest arts festival. Edinburgh Fringe officially runs August 5-29.

Check out all of our features to learn more about the festival, live vicariously through correspondents Margaret Hall and Leah Putnam, find out how to make the most of your own future trip to Fringe, and more.

Dinner and a Show: The Establishments That Keep The ‘Playbill Goes Fringe’ Correspondents Going
Check out the cafés, food trucks, and restaurants that Edinburgh Fringe writers Leah Putnam and Margaret Hall have been frequenting between shows!

How Apphia Campbell Turned a Weekend in Nina Simone’s Life Into a Solo Show
The Fringe First Award winner takes the stage as the iconic artist in her show Black is the Color of My Voice, returning to the festival.

Roundup: Here Are All the Shows Playbill Has Seen So Far at Edinburgh Fringe
Playbill Goes Fringe is halfway through this year’s coverage of the world’s largest arts festival.

The 2022 'Playbill Goes Fringe' Live Blog
Join correspondents Margaret Hall and Leah Putnam as they share real-time moments from Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

A Look Back: Celebrate 75 Years of the Fringe
The Edinburgh Fringe is the largest arts festival in the world. 

From Fleabag to SIX: 7 Shows Launched by Edinburgh Fringe
These shows’ success at the festival have catapulted them to stages and screens around the world.

What Edinburgh: What Makes Scotland's Capital the Perfect Home to Fringe
Known as the "Empress of the North," Edinburgh has incredible culture to offer to travellers.

Taxis and Toilets and Pools, Oh My!: 13 Unusual Venues at Edinburgh Fringe
Have you seen a show performed in an upside-down cow?

10 Actors Who Performed at Edinburgh Fringe Before They Were Famous
The festival hosted the likes of Jude Law, Maggie Smith, Robin Williams, and more.

Playbill Goes Fringe: Meet the Correspondents Who Will Cover the Good, the Surprising, and the Weird at Edinburgh Fringe
Immerse yourself in theatre this August with Playbill writers Leah Putnam and Margaret Hall as they attend the international arts festival.

From One Island to Another: How Islander Travelled from Scotland to Manhattan
The Off-Broadway musical will complete its run at Playhouse 46 June 13.

 
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