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Vive le Fringe! 2017


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Both inaugurated in 1947, the Edinburgh International Festival and the Institut français d’Écosse, have always worked in cooperation to bring the best of French arts to the Edinburgh festivals. The Institut français has been a historic and committed partner of the Edinburgh International Festival and Fringe Festival.

For the past 6 years, the Institut français has doubled up as a Fringe venue presenting shows under the umbrella title Vive le Fringe!



Vive le Fringe!



Lost in Translation (A Bilingual Journey)
Théâtre Sans Accents
VENUE 134
4 - 28 August (7, 14, 15, 22 excluded) | 4.00PM
60 mins
£8 (£6)



La Maladie de la mort (d’après Marguerite Duras)
Collectif Or Normes
VENUE 134
4 - 28 August (7, 14, 15, 22 excluded) | 6.30PM
60 mins
£10 (£8)



Membre fantôme
Erwan Keravec & Mickaël Phelippeau
VENUE 168
16 - 20 August | 2.00PM
30 mins
£12 (£10)



This year, the Institut français also wishes to highlight and support events taking place across the August festivals.



Vive l’Art !



Nearer Future
Heather Lander
VENUE 138
4 - 28 August | Upon request at the front desk
20 mins
FREE



Vive la Musique !



François Leleux and Eric Le Sage
EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL
16 August | 11.00am
Bookings and information

La Damnation de Faust
EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL
20 August | 7.00pm
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Vive le Livre!


Édouard Louis
EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
14 August | 5.45pm
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Alexis Jenni
EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
18 August | 2.30pm
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Mathieu Burniat & Thibault Damour
EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
19 August | 2.15pm
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Barroux
EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
26 August | 1.30pm
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Michel Bussi
EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL
26 August | 7.00pm
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Institut Français Écosse 2017