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Will Edinburgh continue to be a marketplace for European theatre?

| by Lyn Gardner

Acclaimed companies from Europe, such as Ontroerend Goed and Aurora Nova, have built their international reputations at the Edinburgh Fringe. Producers from Belgium, Germany, Finland and the Czech Republic tell Lyn Gardner why the Fringe is a crucial date for them – and whether they will continue to head there after Brexit

Round up: Edinburgh Showcase 2017

| by Harriet Guest

29 outstanding UK companies, over 200 delegates from 40 countries and one week in Edinburgh marked the 20th anniversary of our Edinburgh Showcase — which showcases some of the best contemporary UK theatre and dance. Catch up on our highlights, tips, interviews, pictures, and artists to keep an eye on in 2017.

Round up: Visit imaginary futures with Imagine 2037

| by Harriet Guest

Dystopias, rituals, flooding and drones. For Imagine 2037, we commissioned eight artists who are migrants, living all over the world, to write about an imaginary performance in 20 years' time. Check out what they created...

Standing on uneven ground

| by Eleanor Turney

Palmyra tackles world issues through clowning and a lot of broken crockery. Its creators, Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas, tell Eleanor Turney about making the show, feeling European and asking big questions

Artists to watch 2017

| by Eleanor Turney

Our team selects some of the most exciting companies and artists showing work at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017 – these are people to keep an eye on

Apocalypse now?

| by Eleanor Turney

Kieran Hurley tells Eleanor Turney that his one-man show, Heads Up, takes a world in crisis and examines alienation, anxiety and apocalypse

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