Fringe 2-for-1s for Beltane friends

Offers for shows from Beltane Fringe partner

Beltane has been working with ethical events company Fair Pley Productions to put on shows in the Verb Garden at this year’s Assembly Rooms Fringe.

As a thank you to the Beltane community for its contribution to the Fringe, the Assembly Rooms has given Beltane some ticket offers to share with you all. (N.B. While these shows have been chosen with the Beltane community in mind, Beltane staff have not personally seen the shows and cannot endorse them.)

Don’t forget to come to the Beltane shows, too!

2-for-1 offers

If buying tickets online, claim your offer by entering the code during the final stages of the purchase process. If buying your tickets over the phone or in person, please just tell the person serving you the code.

James Morton: Kneads to Raise Dough

7th August, 12:30


Great British Bake Off finalist, medical student and cycle theft victim, James Morton performs extreme baking – can James really raise dough in 60 minutes whilst explaining the science, history and magic of baking? Aided by Susan Morrison, historian and comedian, Susan helps leaven proceedings with a sideways look at Scotland’s love affair with our favourite staple.

Songs of Struggle

10th August, 21:30


Educate, agitate, organise! Some of Scotland’s finest singers and musicians pay tribute to the links between folk music and the struggles of ordinary people, with Dave Anderson, Arthur Johnstone, Siobhan Miller & Jeana Leslie, Fraser Speirs and Stephen Wright.

Neil Oliver – Vikings

22nd August, 12:30


The historian and broadcaster examines the myths and truths about the Scandinavian adventurers and raiders who travelled the world to build a vast empire that lasted 200 years.


Various dates, 13:15


On the night Rob intends to propose to his girlfriend he is held hostage by a man in a balaclava. A man with some very unreasonable demands and who knows an awful lot about him. A man who seems somehow familiar. A comedy drama about growing up, the Hadron Collider and the lengths we will go to prove ourselves wrong.

God Bless Liz Lochhead

Various dates, 14:20


Twenty-five years ago a Highlands and Islands tour of Liz Lochhead’s adaptation of Tartuffe became legendary as the broken marriages, broken noses and broken dreams of the actors provided more drama offstage than on. In the present day, three survivors of the tour take the play on again. Older but definitely not wiser, can they navigate the secrets of their past to make the dress rehearsal? Will Liz Lochhead allow them to even put it on?