ED2017 THREE TO SEE

Three To See tips at Edinburgh Festival 2017

PREVIEWS FROM PAST FESTIVALS: 16 | 15 | 14

Ahead of each Edinburgh Festival, ThreeWeeks Editor Caro Moses works her way through all the programmes and a flood of press releases, chats to those in the know and revisits the ThreeWeeks archives, to select a stack of incoming shows that are definitely worth checking out.

Look out for Caro’s Threes To See for 2017 appearing here over the next week. Once the festival is underway, the ThreeWeeks team continue to tip top shows and events with a daily Three To See. You can read those here or get them via email by signing up to the ThreeWeeks Daily.


Three To See on 17 Aug: Wild Bore, Hear Me Raw, Mental
Three To See on 16 Aug: Lost Voice Guy, (Fear), Graham Dickson Is The Narcissist
Three To See on 15 Aug: The Chess Player, Misha's Gang, Kin
Three To See on 14 Aug: Calvinball, Me And Robin Hood, Staging Wittgenstein
Three To See on 13 Aug: The Nature Of Forgetting, Suspicious Minds, Calleidocello
Three To See on 12 Aug: Show Me The Money, Sign Of The Times, Arbikie Pipers Game Of Drones
Three To See on 11 Aug: Giants, Prom Kween, Bacchae
Three To See on 10 Aug: Rose Matafeo, Dust, Violin Variations
Three To See on 9 Aug: Brexit the Musical, Batacchio, Children Are Stinky
Three To See on 8 Aug: Eggs Collective Get A Round, Aquapella, Ramy
Three To See on 7 Aug: Phil Wang, Rosie Wilby, John Robertson
Three To See 2017: Three Book Festival sessions for kids
Three To See 2017: Three helpings of musical comedy
Three To See 2017: Three Book Festival sessions for grown-ups
Three To See 2017: Three unusual musicals
Three To See 2017: Three promising comedy newcomers
Three To See 2017: Three Macbeths for juniors
Three To See 2017: Three magic shows
Three To See 2017: Three lots of quirky comedy
Three To See 2017: Three theatre shows with music
Three To See 2017: Three classical and traditional music shows
Three To See 2017: Three US imports
Three To See 2017: Three promising exhibitions
Three To See 2017: Three sets of cursed theatre
Three To See 2017: Three bits of theatrical comedy
Three To See 2017: Three spoken word shows
Three To See 2017: Three helpings of dystopian theatre
Three To See 2017: Three new musicals
Three To See 2017: Three TW comedy favourites
Three To See 2017: Three contemporary music shows
Three To See 2017: Three dance and physical theatre shows
Three To See 2017: Three comedy for kids
Three To See 2017: Three solo shows
Three To See 2017: Three lots of quirky theatre
Three To See 2017: Three sketch comedy shows
Three To See 2017: Three cabaret favourites