Edinburgh's Fringe festival to mark 70th anniversary

Every August the Scottish city of Edinburgh is transformed into a creative free-for-all.

    Every August the Scottish city of Edinburgh is transformed into a creative free-for-all. Student plays are performed at the Fringe festival, alongside productions by world-renowned opera, dance and theatre companies at the international festival. The fringe is open to anyone with a story to tell.

    Al Jazeera's Charlie Angela, reporting from Edinburgh, takes a look at what we can expect on its 70th anniversary.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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