Death on the Fringe takes place at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe each year.
It’s a series of thought-provoking Fringe shows to make you think about and look at death in different ways – sometimes serious, sometimes moving, sometimes funny.
It is run by Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief, an alliance of Scottish organisations working to make Scotland more open and supportive with death, dying and bereavement.
Death on the Fringe usually opens with a showcase event at the University of Edinburgh’s Anatomy Lecture Theatre, pictured above. We are also grateful to the Just Festival who partner up with us to present a lecture series. Most of the showcase event performers are then doing their shows and their respective venues throughout the rest of the Fringe.
Check back soon to find out what we have lined up for this year or follow us on @DeathOnFringe on Twitter where we will keep you posted with updates.