Tinderbox Grand Hall
Tinderbox Grand Hall is located within Fringe Venue 391
Old Royal High School, 5-7 Regent Rd, Edinburgh, EH7 5BL
A melting pot of local and international artists enliven a stunning new Fringe venue. Formerly intended as the main debating hall for the Scottish Parliament, this epic venue is being reimagined with music, dance, spoken word and performance for this year’s festival
Tinderbox Lates | 10pm - 12:30am
A variety of shows in the late evenings! Click on the artist for more info and to buy tickets – you can also get a combined ticket offer to see both the orchestra & the late artist of the same date here!
Tinderbox Open Stage | 2pm
10th – 28th Aug | Wed-Sun, 2-3pm
Throughout the Fringe, from Wednesday to Sunday afternoons at 2pm we’ll be opening up the stage at the Tinderbox Grand Hall as a space for anyone to share their amazing work and collaborate with others.
Expect Jazz jams, experimental Electronica, wisely spoken words, foot tapping Folk and spontaneous collaboration.
A chance to meet and jam with musicians from Edinburgh’s local scene.
Come along to perform or to listen, it’s free!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Tinderbox Orchestra | 8pm
5-7, 10-14, 17-21 Aug
£10 / £6 (conc.)
Tinderbox Orchestra is a mesmerising and unforgettable live show featuring some of Scotland’s most talented young musicians across genres and an international cast of professional collaborators. Bringing together rappers & singers with soaring strings, heavy brass, woodwind and a thundering back-line, they have transformed preconceptions of what an orchestra can be.
Combined Ticket Offer | Tinderbox Orchestra & Tinderbox Lates
Come see the Tinderbox Orchestra & join the Tinderbox Lates session on the same night for a discounted price: £15
Buy your tickets here: https://www.citizenticket.co.uk/events/pianodrome/tinderbox-orchestra-1/
Dawanggang | 5th – 7th Aug
“Brings together the past and present, in the form of Asian folklore, sound art, Chinese Opera and rock”, BBC Radio 3
Housekind | 10th & 12th Aug
Beautiful, Trad-inspired folk with indie undertones, and poetically-told stories
Duke Duncan & The Hurricanes | 11th Aug
A hedonistic psychedelic melange, like Alice out-hatting the Mad Hatter with Kerouac at The Hacienda.
PINLIGHT | 13th Aug
Thoughtful electro alt-pop with neon laced synths, interwoven orchestral instruments and themes of self-affirmation and love.
Brave Little Note | 14th Aug
Alter ego of song-writer and composer Jacqueline Irvine, Brave Little Note was born of an inherent need for musical expression, and this is reflected in the honesty of her writing.
Jellymans Daughter | 17th – 18th Aug
“Somewhere between the realms of folk, bluegrass, pop, rock and chamber music […] a deeply soulful, break-neck amalgam of old-time and new age roots influences”, Popmatters
Culture Clan | 19th Aug
Collective of rappers and spoken word artists in Edinburgh
S!nk | 20th – 21st Aug
S!nk compose music on the spot, realising rough-hewn instrumental explorations which open out into rich landscapes of sound. ‘Mysterious and beautiful’, The Wire