We're now taking on clients for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, so if you're bringing a show to Edinburgh in August and are looking for press representation we'd be delighted to hear from you.  

We're festival veterans, with over 10 years experience working in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh International Festival and Edinburgh International Film Festival.  

Email us on info@fydopr.com for more information on our services and rates. 


FyDo PR were delighted to be working with Assembly Festival and their exceptional programme of circus, theatre, cabaret, music, dance and comedy for Fringe 2015.   Thanks to our fabulous team for all their hard work and for helping us achieve some fantastic coverage.

 
 

Live Live Cinema: Little Shop of Horrors

Jumpboard Productions return to the UK with a brand new show that gives Roger Corman’s The Little Shop of Horrors the Live Live treatment. 

 While the original 1960 cult comedy horror is screened, four exceptional performers will take to the stage below and provide a brilliantly inventive live soundtrack to this cinematic gem.  Simultaneously performing a new musical score by Leon Radojkovic alongside live Foley (sound effects), this stellar cast of actor/musicians will also re-voice the on-screen characters in perfect lip-sync to create a truly captivating viewing experience.  Live Live Cinema’s very own Seymour, Audrey, Mushnick and dentist will bound from guitar and piano to doorbell and dentistry drill in this unrivalled live cinema event.  Where will you look?

 

For more information on all Live Live Cinema shows check out www.livelivecinema.co.nz

 


TORN by Faux Theatre

Touring Scotland May-June 2015

A unique and sensual visual performance combining object theatre, kinetic art and an original live score.

Faux Theatre conjure an intimate wordless world, where the audience become voyeurs to one woman's journey to find and experience love, accompanying her through euphoric fantasy into the depths of despair.

A fresh, compelling visual-theatre work created by one of Scotland's most exciting new theatre companies.

 

“Debut productions rarely come more fully formed, more accomplished or engaging than Faux Theatre's Torn”   

The Herald

 

 

Now fully established as a year-round arts venue under the Assembly wings, the Roxy is pleased to announce some of the upcoming shows in its eclectic 2015 Spring programme.  

The forthcoming season includes critically acclaimed theatre in the form of Lucy Porter's The Fair Intellectual Club (3-4 March) and Fiona Geddes' heart-wrenching one-hander Normal/Madness (12-13 May), while the Roxy will also be bringing some Fringe favourites back to Edinburgh as part of their comedy programme - including the super-charged Seann Walsh (22 March) and rising stars Romesh Ranganathan and Suzi Ruffell (24 April).   For those looking for some Roxy music, The Chapel of Ease (26 March, 30 April, 28 May) continue their monthly candlelit evenings in the Snug Bar, Manchester-based dark pop pairing Shield Patterns (23 April) will be stopping by as part of their first European tour, and the amazing McKenzie Sawers Duo (10 May) bring their own exceptional brand of jazz, world and folk-infused music to the Roxy Upstairs. 

Media releases for the comedy, theatre and music  strands of the Roxy Spring Season can be found below and press enquiries can be directed to emma@fydopr.com.

 

 

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Taking place in venues across Edinburgh, the first ever UN*DEPENDENCE Film Festival showcases an impressive programme of twenty-seven Scottish and international films that celebrate social and artistic progress and change.  With a selection of events that focus on politics and the human condition, the team at Pop Up! Scotland present short and feature films from Europe, the Middle East and further afield alongside local work to inspire a closer look at the very nature of national identity.

From the cosy surrounds of Brass Monkey to the expansive Pilrig St Paul’s Church via a secret screening location, the UN*DEPENDENCE Film Festival will debut in venues around Edinburgh before it takes to the road on a tour of Scotland.

For more information on the programme of events and how to book tickets check out the website here.