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Australian artists at Edinburgh Fringe 2024

August 2 - August 26

australian artist at edinburgh fringe 2024

Australian artists will be out in full force at Edinburgh Fringe this August! Here are just some of the exciting circus, clown and theatre shows in town…


Gravity & Other Myths bring their critically acclaimed, brand-new show Ten Thousand Hours. This is an ode to the countless hours of practice needed to achieve great things.

Where: Assembly Hall – Main Hall
When: 11.40am; 1 – 24 Aug (except 12 & 19)

The mighty Circa (pictured) return to the Fringe with their favourite show. In Humans 2.0 towers grow and decay, bodies leap and are caught, as physical limits are pushed to their extreme.

Where: Undebelly’s Circus Hub on the Meadows – The Lafayette
When: 18.20; 2 – 24 Aug (except 7, 12 & 19)

Carpentry and circus collide. In Sawdust Symphony, Michael Zandl, David Eisele and Kolja Huneck combine their passion for crafting, object manipulation and fresh wood.

Where: ZOO Southside – Main House
When: 10am; 13 – 25 Aug (except 19)

Packed full of love, laughter and lunacy, Show Pony by still hungry and Bryony Kimmings is a joyful scream into the face of the patriarchy that challenges us to question our prejudices towards age and femininity, on stage and off.

Where: Summerhall – Main Hall
When: 1035am; 13 – 26 Aug (except 19)


Trygve Wakenshaw returns to the Fringe with his new hilarious mime-clown-comedy show. Light and silly, absurd and Dada, and a sort of autobiographical, introspective look at all the silly little things that can make or break a friendship.

Where: Assembly Roxy – Upstairs
When: 20:15; 31 Jul – 25 Aug (except 12)

Gaby Muñoz tells the story of a woman – full of experiences and quirkiness – and the multiple layers that old age brings. Bursting with cheeky wit and a zest for life, Julieta shares her days with us and invites us into her home.

Where: Summerhall – Main Hall
When: 10:35; 1 – 11 Aug



Hilarious, heartfelt and always informative, Lucy Peach is here to ‘edutain’ one and all about the four hormonal phases of the menstrual cycle. Learn how to life hack your cycle from a curse into your Greatest Period Ever.

Where: Assembly Roxy – Central
When: 12:30; 1 – 24 Aug (except 12 & 19)

This one’s for the young hearts, the old hearts and the broken hearts. Heartbreak Hotel tracks a woman’s broken heart in a journey that’s studded with classic break-up songs and razor-sharp observations on the physiology of love.

Where: Summerhall – Old Lab
When: 16:10; 1 – 26 Aug (except 12 & 19)

Part of the Edinburgh International Festival:

Teatro La Plaza’s enigmatic interpretation of a Shakespearean classic, Hamlet, full of personal anecdotes from a cast made up of eight actors who have Down’s Syndrome.

Where: The Lyceum
When: 15 Aug & 16 Aug: 19:30 and 17 Aug: 14:30 & 19:30




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