You can learn more about this fund here: https://bemis.org.uk/fringe/
|17/09/2022 16:00 – 22:00
|Romano Ballos at the Fringe
|Awestruck Academy, 36 Sylvania Way South, Clydebank, G81 1EA
An evening of traditional and modern Gypsy music. We bring you some of the hottest bands around to get you on your feet and dance the night away. This unique event invites you to join a proper Roma party together with our Roma communities. The event will start with a dinner included in the price accompanied by traditional restaurant style Gypsy music by Janos Kallai on cimbalom. Followed by a fantastic group of young Roma musicians called ZOR, playing their modern take on traditional Gypsy music. The ultimate stars of the Roma party scene, Gypsy Demmy group will provide high octane music to party in style for the rest of the night.
Don’t miss this amazing party, join us and dress to impress!
|PKAVS Minority Communities Hub
|Unity Concert at the Fringe
|North Inch Community Campus, Gowans Terrace, Perth PH1 5BF
An interactive and participative concert, featuring performers and individuals from a range of cultural backgrounds who can engage an audience in forms of dance, music, and storytellindg. The musical element would include both traditional Scottish music and dance, and music and dance from the cultures represented in Perth & Kinross such as Polish and Romanian dance, and Middle Eastern and African musical traditions.
|17/09/2022 12:00 – 19:00
|Africado Community Fringe Festival and Carnival
|Spiers Wharf, Glasgow, G4
A day festival hosted by Africado Events in partnership with the Carnival Arts Yard and African Caribbean Community Elders. An intergenerational event to bring diverse communities together to enjoy performing arts and music through creative cultural exchange and social networking. Transforming an underused public space in the North of Glasgow into an exciting and colourful day. Representing a diverse range of cultural flavours, inviting playful exploration, and stimulating social interaction through the presentation of Visual Arts, World Music, Good Food and Community Networking.
|17/09/2022 13:00 – 17:00
|Dalmuir Community Fringe
|Golden Friendships Community Hall, 18 Nairn Place, Clydebank, G81 4AU
Featuring Food, Fashion and Multicultural Entertainment. Live performances by Chief Amu Lagoste, Sam Baird, Gina Watupa, Amy McKenzie, Romane Cierhenia, Irish Dancing, The Fat Scotsmen.
|23/09/2022 18:00 – 21:00
|Ukraine of Fringe with HSTAR
|Mayfield Community Centre, Sunnybank Road, Stirling, FK7 0DB
To mark 75 years since the Edinburgh Festival Fringe became the world’s largest celebration of multiculturalism and multi-ethnicity. Stirling won’t be left behind this year by HSTAR. There will be an explosion of creative energy and empowering tunes in Stirling on the 23RD of September.
On the 23 of September at Mayfield Hall in Stirling, from 6pm until 9pm we will make a wonderful shout out of love, togetherness, and great vibes to the universe. We will bring the most warm and positive feelings through multicultural musicians’ performances, singing and dancing.
Our performers will be Roma musicians, Chinese visual artists, Jamaican AfroBeat singer, Syrian musician, Ukrainian violist, pianist, saxophonist, guitarist and singer, Pakistani kids artists. There will also be a special time for our guest speakers to share their experiences of how art and creativity have helped them to build resilience in the new place, which is Scotland. We will not forget to mention about the wonderful Scottish culture heritage, which is well recognised around the globe, which is a real-life evidence for respecting equality and diversity.
|24/09/2022 17:00 – 21:00
|Tarang Dance Academy Glasgow
|Fringe Festival, A Musical Saga in Glasgow
|Maryhill Central Hall, 292-316 Maryhill Road, Glasgow, G20 7YE
The evening will be comprised of various musical bands, Highland dancing, Indian dance recitals, along with virating Punjabi dhol (Indian drums bracket).
More info: http://www.tarangdanceacademy.org/upcoming-events/
|Leith Circle of Friends
|Peace Please at the Finge
|Leith Arches | Mother Superior | Sketchy Beats Café | Edinburgh
A festival celebrating the diversity and multiculturalism of Scotland. Featuring music, visual arts, spoken word and dance.
|25/09/2022 14:00 – 20:00
|International Women’s Group
|International Women Debka at the Fringe
|Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose St, Glasgow G3 6RE
|The International women’s debka at the fringe will be one of the community celebrations across Scotland to mark the 75th anniversary of Edinburgh Festival Fringe. This family friendly event will take place at Garnethill Multicultural Centre on September 25th from 10 am to 5 pm and will offer a wide range of entertainment, food and children’s activities. Entertainment will be offered by artists from diverse cultures to showcase their talents in terms of music and dance. Main artists include a musician from the Middle East accompanied by debka dance from the members, Chinese dance performing, and an Albanian dance group. At the event we will also be providing food from diverse cuisines, as well as children’s activities and games.
|25/09/2022 16:40 – 19:30
|Edinburgh Diwali & SIAF Community Fringe
|St Cuthbert’s Church, 104 Slateford Road, Edinburgh, EH14 1PT
Edinburgh Diwali will partner with Scottish Indian Arts Forum (SIAF) to showcase a wide variety of folk-dance forms and classical dance forms from India. The cultural show will cover the following:
|25/09/2022 19:00 – 22:00
|African and Caribbean Society of Scotland
|Lady Libertine, 25 West Register Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2AA
Join us for a night of Live Music with the voice runner up Sienna Leigh, London Rap/Singer Dee One, and Cynthia Gentle. Afrobeat and Nu Soul on the night by DJ Okata.
|25/09/2022 18:00 – 23:30
|UP2STNDRD presents: Community Fringe – The Northern Xposure
|BoxHub, 50 Washington Street, Glasgow, G3 8AZ
Part of the Community Fringe project in conjunction with BEMIS, we present to you a grass-roots event with some of the leading acts in Scottish hip-hop.