Thursday 1st

Folk Night
DOORS 20:00 // £5 OTD -

This month at Leith Depot, fusing their love of traditional Scottish tunes with jazz harmony, Balkan rhythms and deep Americana raucousness we have DOWALLY -.Bringing you the sunshine all the way from Australia via Edinburgh we have the tender dreamings and delicate harmonies of WEIRD COUSINS -. And escorting you across the Scottish landscape, through fields of midges and into the warm embrace of a tuneful fireside, without the fire (this time) we have folk night favourites RYCHRAGGAN -



Friday 2nd

Silhouettes & The Postcards
DOORS 19:00 // £5 OTD

Two great and exciting covers bands playing songs everyone loves



Saturday 3rd

Private Function
DOORS 19:30pm //


Sunday 4th

Resound A Silent
DOORS 16:00 // £8 OTD or (Get Tickets)

RESOUND A SILENT - rescores classic films that either had no original music, or the original music has been lost. "That quality possessed by some which draws all others with its magnetic force. With 'It' you win all men if you are a woman and all women if you are a man. 'It' can be a quality of the mind as well as a physical attraction." - Elinor Glyn. The original 'It Girl' Clara Bow in her breakout role as Betty Lou Spense in Clarence G. Badger's adaptation of Elinor Glyn's novel.



FRINGE OFFICIAL : Nosferatu Live Score by Graeme Stephen
DOORS 20:00 // £ (Get tickets here)

Guitarist GRAEME STEPHEN - performs his new score to a screening of the classic silent film Nosferatu with his trio. The music takes influences from jazz, classical, folk and improvisation. Graeme won the Innovation Award at the 2013 Scottish Jazz Awards for his previous score to the film Sunrise by FW Murnau. Graeme won Instrumentalist of the Year at the 2011 Scottish Jazz Awards. 'Stephen's music speaks loudly of ambition, imagination, nous and harmonic adventure yet teems with tuneful realisation that swells the heart' (Jazzwise).



Downstairs Sunday Session hosted by Mike Kearney
DOORS 8:00pm // £Free

Weekly Open Music Session Hosted by Mike Kearney, Edinburgh musician with fingers in a lot of pies! Projects include; The Katet; Tinderbox Collective; The White Album Live: The GD Jam; Blursday Thursday; The Hoistey Boys; The Chambers Street Collective; No Gender; The 200; The Big Stream etc



Monday 5th

FRINGE OFFICIAL : Nosferatu Live Score by Graeme Stephen
DOORS 20:00 // £ (Get tickets here)

Guitarist GRAEME STEPHEN - performs his new score to a screening of the classic silent film Nosferatu with his trio. The music takes influences from jazz, classical, folk and improvisation. Graeme won the Innovation Award at the 2013 Scottish Jazz Awards for his previous score to the film Sunrise by FW Murnau. Graeme won Instrumentalist of the Year at the 2011 Scottish Jazz Awards. 'Stephen's music speaks loudly of ambition, imagination, nous and harmonic adventure yet teems with tuneful realisation that swells the heart' (Jazzwise).



Tuesday 6th

Ewan Macintyre Band & Toby Mottershead
DOORS 19:30 // £10 OTD

TOBY MOTTERSHEAD -Steel guitar player, singer, and raconteur, takes you on a tour of early blues and roots music in an intimate solo show, which features his extraordinary knowledge of American music from the birth of the 20th Century. He has an uncanny ability to bring it back to life: jug bands, juke joints, you’ll come away with the sounds of the Delta and the Hill Country, too.

EWAN MACINTYRE BAND - An international music project, pushing the boundaries of contemporary folk. Featuring Montreal cellist Karine Bouchard, Moray fiddle player Peter Menzies and percussionist Alex Auldsmith with Ewan Macintyre on vocals, guitar and mandolin. Live shows are filled with rich string arrangements, ripping solos, soaring harmonies and heartfelt lyrical content, bringing to mind the celtic blues/ soul of artists Van Morrison, Paulo Nutini and Eddie Reader.Led by puppeteer, musician and ex-lead singer of the award-winning Edinburgh collective Southern Tenant Folk Union, Ewan Macintyre has a rare ability to pen songs in a range of styles. Like many Scottish artists, Ewan crossed the Atlantic to develop his sound, earning his spurs through years of hard touring across Canada and Europe. His recent album Road Junkie is a culmination of that work bringing together some of the finest talent in Quebec, British Columbia and Scotland.



The Wanted Session
DOORS 21:00 // £Free

Weekly Open Music Session Hosted by the finest Edinburgh's musicians. All Outlaws, Musicians, Poets, Story Tellers Welcome. Every Tuesday from 9pm Bring instruments, Bring ears and Come and get sessioned!



Wednesday 7th

A Night of Romanian Traditional Music with Lizabett Russo
DOORS 19:30 // £8 OTD

A night of Romanian traditional music with songs from Maria Tanase, Ileana Sararoiu, Liviu Vasilica, Surorile Osoianu and many more. Reimagined and performed by Lizabett Russo (vocals/charango), Graeme Stephen (guitar/loops) and Brodie Jarvie (double bass)."



Thursday 8th

Flooded + Barbe Rousse + Jimi Get Your Funk On
DOORS 19:30 // £6 ADV Get Tickets

FLOODED - are an indie pop/rock band that have quickly begun to raise a following across the UK. Formed in 2016 in a front room on the outskirts of York, Flooded quickly began to develop their dance-worthy style of guitar-based pop. The band quickly became a well-oiled machine, churning out song after song until their first setlist was written. Over the past year, Flooded's following has exploded due to their relentless gigging within York's club circuit, going from sold out show to sold out show.

JIMI GET YOUR FUNK ON -are an Edinburgh based 9-piece funk and jazz fusion band, taking influence from acts such as Vulfpeck, Tower of Power, Average White Band and James Brown. Always dressed in funky colours, Jimi Get Your Funk On bring energy, groove and a touch of psychedelia to the music scene,

BARBE ROUSSE - is the musical outpourings of Alasdair Kelly, an Edinburgh-based multi-instrumentalist. Here you'll find self-indulgent psychedelic sounds and calculated chaos taking inspiration from the likes of Tame Impala, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Fleet Foxes, Vulpeck, The Beatles, Temples and the Mighty Boosh.



Friday 9th

Afternoon jazz Ron Davis SmallphRONica
DOORS 14:00 untill 16:00// £10 ADV (Get Tickets here)

Canadian pianist RON DAVIS - returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with SymphRONica, playing a programme that showcases world music melodies played with jazz creativity and classical elan by an eight-piece band comprising jazz quartet and string quartet. With his first SymphRONica concert in Toronto, Ron Davis brought a jazz group into the heart of a symphony orchestra. This wasn’t jazz with orchestral accompaniment or jazzed-up classical music but tuneful, inventive music with big grooves and melodies that the audience went away humming. Now condensed into a mobile, mellifluous octet, SymphRONica captures original compositions, newly reinvigorated jazz standards and folksong melodies from Eastern Europe with energy, pizzazz and grooves that explore new musical realms across a journey of enjoyment. It’s rich, it’s substantial and above all it’s entertaining, presented with wit, wisdom and irreverence by the classically trained jazz adventurer Davis.



Don't get Fringed Off
DOORS 19:00 // £TBC

Salsa Dance / More Infos TBC



Saturday 10th

Afternoon jazz Ron Davis SmallphRONica
DOORS 14:00 untill 16:00// £10 ADV (Get Tickets here)

Canadian pianist RON DAVIS - returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with SymphRONica, playing a programme that showcases world music melodies played with jazz creativity and classical elan by an eight-piece band comprising jazz quartet and string quartet. With his first SymphRONica concert in Toronto, Ron Davis brought a jazz group into the heart of a symphony orchestra. This wasn’t jazz with orchestral accompaniment or jazzed-up classical music but tuneful, inventive music with big grooves and melodies that the audience went away humming. Now condensed into a mobile, mellifluous octet, SymphRONica captures original compositions, newly reinvigorated jazz standards and folksong melodies from Eastern Europe with energy, pizzazz and grooves that explore new musical realms across a journey of enjoyment. It’s rich, it’s substantial and above all it’s entertaining, presented with wit, wisdom and irreverence by the classically trained jazz adventurer Davis.



A Night of Romanian Traditional Music with Lizabett Russo
DOORS 19:30 // £8 OTD

A night of Romanian traditional music with songs from Maria Tanase, Ileana Sararoiu, Liviu Vasilica, Surorile Osoianu and many more. Reimagined and performed by Lizabett Russo (vocals/charango), Graeme Stephen (guitar/loops) and Brodie Jarvie (double bass)."



Sunday 11th

Afternoon jazz Ron Davis SmallphRONica
DOORS 14:00 untill 16:00// £10 ADV (Get Tickets here)

Canadian pianist RON DAVIS - returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with SymphRONica, playing a programme that showcases world music melodies played with jazz creativity and classical elan by an eight-piece band comprising jazz quartet and string quartet. With his first SymphRONica concert in Toronto, Ron Davis brought a jazz group into the heart of a symphony orchestra. This wasn’t jazz with orchestral accompaniment or jazzed-up classical music but tuneful, inventive music with big grooves and melodies that the audience went away humming. Now condensed into a mobile, mellifluous octet, SymphRONica captures original compositions, newly reinvigorated jazz standards and folksong melodies from Eastern Europe with energy, pizzazz and grooves that explore new musical realms across a journey of enjoyment. It’s rich, it’s substantial and above all it’s entertaining, presented with wit, wisdom and irreverence by the classically trained jazz adventurer Davis.



Songs from Almodovar Films - Mary May Quintet
DOORS 19:40 // £10 ADV (Get Tickets Here)

Beautiful jazz and Latin songs like Moon River, Besame Mucho, Ne Me Quitte Pas, Lo Dudo and Piensa En Mi from Pedro Almodóvar's film soundtracks and other songs which inspired his writing of Talk to Her. Acclaimed jazz singer Mary May and her top-drawer band are joined by virtuoso Scottish guitarist Graeme Stephen for these two shows. Sell-out Fringe shows 2018, 2016, 2015, 2014



Monday 12th

Queer Faith and TheMany Radical Faeries
DOORS 20:30 (£7 / £10)

QUEER FAITH AND THE MANY -This show invites you to come and sit or stand together with others, cocreating a safe and including space for us all to relax in, react or stay quiet, cry or laugh, meet again with our inner faerie(s) through experiencing a sacred and ritualistic aspect of a capella story-singing. A genderqueer blue collection of creatures in one body, will bring past stories back through songs ... Surreal, immersive and intimate story-singing show celebrating emotions related to love, multiplicity and emotional nakednesss... ♥



Tuesday 13th

Overlaps Free Improv
DOORS 19:30 // £Free

OVERLAPS - is an evening of freely improvised music. All improvising musicians with an ear for the experimental are encouraged to participate. Simply turn up with your instruments and put your name on the list. Participants will be put into small groups and performances will take place over the course of the night. Non participating audience members are also encouraged to attend! House guitar and bass amps are provided. Drummers are required to bring breakables, kick pedal, clutch.

The Wanted Session
DOORS 9:00pm // £Free

Weekly Open Music Session Hosted by the finest Edinburgh's musicians. All Outlaws, Musicians, Poets, Story Tellers Welcome. Every Tuesday from 9pm Bring instruments, Bring ears and Come and get sessioned!



Wednesday 14th

GIANT WOLF THEATRE PRESENTS PLAYBACK

DOORS 17:00 // (Get Tickets Here)

GIANT WOLF THEATRE COMPANY is a group of young artists whose goal is to devise, create and be makers of great theatre. As part of our work, we have taken a keen affinity for performing playback theatre, a form of rapid storytelling with improvised responses that works really well for public and private shows. Playback theatre fosters an environment of shared experience and bonding between the audience and performers with a range of emotions, from sadness to joy with a blend of strange humanity.



The Jaw-line of Julianne Moore
DOORS 19:30 //£5 OTD

THE JAW-LINE OF JULIANNE MOORE -Experimental-Phsycadelic-Electro-drumandbass-ambient-expressive. In a world of flux the one constant is the Jaw-line of Julianne Moore - join Captain Ants as we plunge beneath the bubbles of an apple crumble bubble bath cleansing our pores of the day’s dirt. spoken word + extra sensory sound.



Thursday 15th

GIANT WOLF THEATRE PRESENTS PLAYBACK

DOORS 17:00 // (Get Tickets Here)

GIANT WOLF THEATRE COMPANY is a group of young artists whose goal is to devise, create and be makers of great theatre. As part of our work, we have taken a keen affinity for performing playback theatre, a form of rapid storytelling with improvised responses that works really well for public and private shows. Playback theatre fosters an environment of shared experience and bonding between the audience and performers with a range of emotions, from sadness to joy with a blend of strange humanity.



PipaRimba presents "Amazing Summer! Classical Fusion Hits"
DOORS 19:30 //£8 Ticketed (Get Tickets)

Award-winning PIPARIMBA -is an innovative and masterful pipa/marimba duo. With their unique playing style, characterised by a wide range of genres and with a creative vision of combining theatrical elements, dance, improvisation and their own compositions/arrangements, they were invited to perform extensively across the continents, from Europe to Asia to America, and in international art/music festivals around the world. Amazing Summer! Classical Fusion Hits will feature not only the most famous works from classical composers e.g. Beethoven, Bizet, Chopin, Paganini, Rachmaninov, Gershwin etc., but also new arrangements with tango, flamenco and jazz fusion.