The Pitt

The Pitt
125 Pitt Street, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 4DE
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This funky food market takes place most weekends in an industrial yard on a Leith back street. Expect a revolving cast of top streetfood vendors, great drinks, music, fire pits and an industrial, cool vibe. Great fun.

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The Loose Limbed Collective, Abingdon School It's Andie's last night in her childhood home before going to uni and she's throwing the party to end all parties. But her younger brother Percy is furious because it's also the celestial event of the summer: the Perseids meteor shower. Andie and her friends ban all talk of…

Mon 19 Aug

Amphitheatre

£10 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Tue 20 Aug

Amphitheatre

£10 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Wed 21 Aug

Amphitheatre

£10 (£8)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

…and 3 more dates until 24 Aug

Kirsty Law: Young Night Thought

Kirsty Law How do you climb a tree without worrying about the fall? Why do you dream up the monsters in the shadows? Kirsty Law's Young Night Thought binds Scots folklore, song, film, artwork and dance in an exploration of the inner child. Driven by an extraordinary live band this show leads you across the threshold of…

Mon 19 Aug

Amphitheatre

£15 (£12)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Sat 24 Aug

Amphitheatre

£15 (£12)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Laurence Davey: Note To Self

This is a diverse set of original material, which will manage to excite and soothe. The line-up on-stage includes two guitars, vocals, violin, and for this show, electric bass. Note To Self is the creation of Edinburgh-based musician Laurence Davey. Formerly the drummer in the Scottish indie band Dogs Die in Hot Cars…

Thu 22 Aug

£8.80–£11

Musicians in Exile & The Others

Iranian traditional Music Featuring 4 very talented musicians who are members of Musicians in Exile based in Glasgow. They are Ali Rahmani a professional percussionist on tombak & daff, Aref Ghorbani a classically trained Iranian singer, Saeed Rezazadeh a graduate from the Conservatory of Tehran who will be playing…

Fri 23 Aug

£8.80–£11

#Pianodrome Live

Pianodrome, Sink and special guests Wild and wonderful #Pianodrome house band S!nk bring you to life with a full spectrum of new music and movement in their traveling 100-seat amphitheatre made entirely from upcycled pianos. With different guest acts each night and a specially designed light show, spend an evening at…

Sun 18 Aug

Amphitheatre

£20 (£18)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Wed 21 Aug

Amphitheatre

£20 (£18)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Thu 22 Aug

Amphitheatre

£20 (£18)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

…and 3 more dates until 25 Aug

Pianodrome Live // Dawanggang + Sink

Sink created the Pianodrome as the ideal acoustic performance space for their live, intimate, in-the-round shows. Pianodrome Live is our flagship evening show, demonstrating how this one-of-a-kind performance venue can be used, and inviting an incredible list of friends and performers to share the stage. Winner of the…

Fri 23 Aug

£18.80–£20.80

Pianodrome Live // Kate in the Kettle + Sink

Sink created the Pianodrome as the ideal acoustic performance space for their live, intimate, in-the-round shows. Pianodrome Live is our flagship evening show, demonstrating how this one-of-a-kind performance venue can be used, and inviting an incredible list of friends and performers to share the stage. Winner of the…

Sun 18 Aug

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Pianodrome Live // Kirsty Law - Young Night Thought + Sink

This evening features two separate performances. Join us for either performance, or enjoy the whole three hour extravaganza with an hour's leisurely nibbling (on a delicious array of street food from The Pitt and fancy beers), noodling (on the 5 pianos embedded in the amphitheatre), and mingling (with one another). 7pm…

Sat 24 Aug

£12.80–£25

Pianodrome Live // Steve Kettley's Odd Times + Sink

Sink created the Pianodrome as the ideal acoustic performance space for their live, intimate, in-the-round shows. Pianodrome Live is our flagship evening show, demonstrating how this one-of-a-kind performance venue can be used, and inviting an incredible list of friends and performers to share the stage. Winner of the…

Thu 22 Aug

£18.80–£20.80

Pianodrome Live // The Brackish + Sink

Sink created the Pianodrome as the ideal acoustic performance space for their live, intimate, in-the-round shows. Pianodrome Live is our flagship evening show, demonstrating how this one-of-a-kind performance venue can be used, and inviting an incredible list of friends and performers to share the stage. Winner of the…

Sun 25 Aug

£18.80–£20.80

#Pianodrome Lunchtime Concerts

Pianodrome, Various Acts Music is theatre in this gigantic travelling walnut-mahogany musical hug made entirely from upcycled pianos. An all-acoustic lunchtime concert. Anything can happen. Visit pianodrome.org for full line-up. Donations recommended. Audience Participation

Sun 18 Aug

Amphitheatre

Free

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

  • 13:00 – 14:00

Mon 19 Aug

Amphitheatre

Free

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Tue 20 Aug

Amphitheatre

Free

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

…and 5 more dates until 25 Aug

Soundhouse Presents: John Goldie and the High Plains

John Goldie and the High Plains One of the best acoustic guitarists in the world right now, John Goldie, is joined by his brand-new backing band, the High Plains. Playing tunes by John, this contemporary string quartet is made up of some of the most accomplished players in folk, jazz and classical music. The High…

Mon 19 Aug

Amphitheatre

£15 (£12)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Soundhouse Presents: Kinnaris Quintet

Kinnaris Quintet Soundhouse presents one of Scotland's hottest new folk bands. Kinnaris Quintet is a marriage of five exquisite musicians from diverse musical backgrounds, influences and styles, all distilled into beautifully crafted and powerful arrangements. Presenting new compositions, traditional Scottish and…

Mon 19 Aug

Amphitheatre

£15 (£12)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Soundhouse Presents: Three Times Five

Moishe's Bagel, Kinnaris Quintet, John Goldie and the High Plains Edinburgh-based promoter The Soundhouse Organisation presents Three Times Five, featuring Moishe’s Bagel, Kinnaris Quintet and John Goldie and the High Plains. These are three bands that are producing ingenious and highly listenable music, transcending…

Tue 20 Aug

Amphitheatre

£15 (£12)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Tinderbox

Tinderbox Collective Scotland’s most progressive orchestra take on the Pianodrome – an extraordinary amphitheatre made entirely of upcycled pianos. Tinderbox's spellbinding 20-piece band perform a set of original music, orchestral experiments and site specific performance in this unique venue. 'Rave culture meets Last…

Sun 18 Aug

Amphitheatre

£15 (£10)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Sun 25 Aug

Amphitheatre

£15 (£10)

Part of Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Tinderbox and Secret Special Guest TBA

Tinderbox's spellbinding 20-piece band perform a set of original music, orchestral experiments and site specific performance in this unique venue. Each Sunday during the Fringe Tinderbox will collaborate with a different guest act. This performance will be with a truly special and secret guest not to be announced until…

Sun 18 Aug

£16.50

Tinderbox with Dawanggang

Tinderbox's spellbinding 20-piece band perform a set of original music, orchestral experiments and site specific performance in this unique venue. Each Sunday during the Fringe Tinderbox will collaborate with a different guest act. For their final show, Tinderbox Orchestra will launch and release their latest single…

Sun 25 Aug

£16.50

Reviews & features

Scottish Street Food Awards shortlist announced

31 Mar 2017

Finalists revealed in inaugural event to select champion Scottish food truck

Established in 2009, the British Street Food Awards have attracted Scottish entrants in the past, but the current dynamism of the scene in Edinburgh and Glasgow has inspired founder Richard Johnston to launch a separate competition for Scotland. Open to…

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