Made in Scotland is a curated showcase of high quality performance from Scotland at the world’s biggest arts festival, made possible by support from the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund. It is a partnership between Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, Federation of Scottish Theatre, Scottish Music Centre and Creative Scotland.
Made in Scotland:
- supports Scottish dance, theatre and music companies/ artists to present their best work on an
- raises the profile of the work of Scottish dance, theatre and music companies/artists and offers them
unique networking opportunities with promoters;
- increases the number and diversity of international promoters coming to see Scottish work at the
Fringe through a year-round promoter development programme;
- nurtures and encourages international creative dialogue and the development of
international collaborations by Scottish dance, theatre and music companies/artists;
- supports international touring opportunities for all Scottish dance, theatre and music
companies/artists performing at the Fringe;
- offers a year-round programme of training, support and advice to companies/artists so they can
maximise the impact of their appearance in the showcase.
- The Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund is available to all 12 Festivals, to support
the development of Scottish-based work and to allow that work to reach international audiences
through presentation at the Edinburgh Festivals.
- The Made in Scotland programmes were selected by a panel of arts experts. Full details on panel
members can be found on the Programming Panels page.
- Made in Scotland Festival in Brussels will present six dance, theatre and music performances across
six partner venues across Brussels from the 11 – 14 June 2019. Delivered by The Edinburgh
Festival Fringe Society and funded by Scottish Government, all six works have been supported by
the Made in Scotland Showcase at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe or the Made in Scotland Onward