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November at Edinburgh International Festival

We recently announced digital performances of Lament for Sheku Bayoh, the acclaimed spoken word artist Hannah Lavery''s artistic response to the tragic death of Sheku Bayoh. In advance of the live-streamed performances on 20 and 21 November, we have an insightful interview with Hannah with a selection of brand new beautiful images from the rehearsal room below.

Scroll down to listen to the final episode of The Portal by Martin Green, and to help us plan for the future with the latest instalment of a national audiences survey.

Our 2020 digital programme also remains available to watch for free online at and on the International Festival YouTube channel if you want to catch up or relive the performances.

Lament for Sheku Bayoh
20-21 November

Lament for Sheku Bayoh is an expression of grief for the loss of the human behind the headlines and a non-apologetic reflection on identity and racism in Scotland today. Originally performed at the 2019 International Festival as a work in progress as part of the You Are Here series, Hannah Lavery''s complete work is now being fully staged at The Lyceum and will be streamed to audiences at home on 20 and 21 November. Tickets are Pay-what-you-can.
Hannah Lavery, the playwright and director of Lament for Sheku Bayoh, opens up to Tomiwa Folorunso about taking this work from a work in progress to reimagining it for a digital audience, just before going into an intense period of rehearsals for the performance. This interview is available on our blog or as a video on our YouTube channel.

All episodes of The Portal by Martin Green are now available

Lose yourself in a story of obsession, 40 years of nightlife and 4,000 years of human connection in this new podcast for unusual times. In The Portal, Martin Green, Wils Wilson and David Greig have woven together a tale of love, music, drugs and deceit over 12 episodes available on all major podcast platforms free of charge from today.

Haven''t watched our My Light Shines On videos?

No need to fear. All the content from this August''s My Light Shines On programme that ran during August is still available on the Edinburgh International Festival YouTube channel. The Chamber Music Soundscapes in Princes Street Gardens will start to be removed from this Monday 9 November, so this is your last chance to revel in the soaring sounds of leading soloists and ensembles. Our other films will remain on the channel for a while longer, for you to enjoy at your leisure!

Help us plan our return to live performance

Following the uncertainty of the past months we are taking the opportunity to reflect and plan carefully for the future. To help guide us, we would like to ask you some questions about how you feel about attending live events again, when permitted.
We have worked with our partners, Indigo, to develop a short online survey. This is the latest instalment of an ongoing national survey of audiences, which will continue over the following months to track changing attitudes. We would be grateful if you would spare us a few minutes to complete it. All responses will be anonymous
- they will be used to inform our planning as well as being added to responses from all over the UK to help produce a national picture for the benefit of the whole cultural sector.


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