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Edinburgh Showcase round-up

| by Eleanor Turney

The Showcase can pass in a bit of a blur because there's so much going on! Never fear, here's a photo montage of the week

How the Showcase happens

| by Eleanor Turney

In this, the twentieth year of our Edinburgh Showcase, Eleanor Turney talks to Showcase Manager Becky Hinton about the logistics of running such a big event and what’s changed in the past few years

Imagine 2037: Tal Afar

Anmar Taha, an artistic director from Iraq, based in Sweden, takes us to Arthur's Seat and imagines a conversation between mother and child.

Picks of the festivals

| by Eleanor Turney

What's the best show you've seen this Fringe? Eleanor Turney asks delegates and artists to share their favourite shows

Imagine 2037: Closer

Gaël Cornec's piece for Imagine 2037 is about love, loss and the passage of time

Standing on uneven ground

| by Eleanor Turney

Palmyra, a Showcase late recommendation, tackles world issues through clowning and a lot of broken crockery. Its creators, Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas, tell Eleanor Turney about making the show, feeling European and asking big questions

Imagine 2037: The Telescope

Australian playwright Brooke Robinson imagines a future of flying cars and extra-terrestrial visitors

Announcing our Artists to Watch 2017

Some of the most exciting companies and artists showing work at the Fringe this year – these are people to keep an eye on

Imagine 2037: Six Actions for Transitioning

| by Maru Rojas

Mexican artist and writer Maru Rojas suggests six actions for transitioning to a degrowth world, as part of our Imagine 2037 series of imaginary performances