Green Projects

#GreenFests: Antigone and Climate Change

Sophocles’ great tragedy Antigone is the gem in the crown of this year’s Edinburgh International Festival. Directed by Ivan van …

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Winner Announced for Fringe Sustainable Practice Award!

The 2015 Fringe Sustainable Practice Award for sustainable design, content and production at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe,  was awarded today to …

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Our 2015 Fringe Sustainable Practice Award Finalists

Although we initially planned to have fewer finalists for the 2015 Fringe Sustainable Practice Award, this year’s shortlist provided a …

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#GreenFests: FSPA Shortlist Diary No.3

Reviewing has ended and we now have a chance to reflect on the 21 shows we have seen over the …

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#GreenFests: Changing the World, Festival by Festival

The Edinburgh International Festival was founded shortly after the end of the Second World War with the intention of rejuvenating …

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#GreenFests: Embrace your creativity and improve your life?

Will Gompertz, former director of Tate Media and current Arts Editor at the BBC, this week gave a highly entertaining …

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#GreenFest: FSPA Shortlist Diary No.2

It has been another busy week for our reviewing team who have managed to fit in 8 shows from the …

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#GreenFests: The Improbable City

The Improbable City is the theme for commissions at this year’s Edinburgh Art Festival. It’s based on the poetic novella …

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#GreenFests: Harry Potter and the Greening of the Publishing Industry

The Edinburgh International Book Festival launched into action on Saturday with a hugely varied and exciting programme of events, discussing …

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Running a Green Event: the Fringe Sustainable Practice Award Ceremony

Running an event can be stressful enough, so why bother adding to this by creating another aim or condition for …

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