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Summerhall Cinema

Swan Song (12a)

Cinema 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

In this outrageously entertaining and unexpectedly tender comedy from writer/director Todd Stephens (Edge of Seventeen), retired hairdresser Pat Pitsenbarger escapes his small-town nursing home after learning of his former client’s dying wish for him to style her final hairdo. ★★★★ The Guardian

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Recurring
Summerhall Cinema

Everything Everywhere All At Once (15)

Cinema 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure. Exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) is swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save the world by exploring other universes and connecting with the lives she could have led. “★★★★★ – an all-out cinematic assault, a cacophony of creativity that dazzles, delights, and defies explanation with every passing second. Leaving you breathless is its entire MO” – The Independent

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POSTPONED: Meursault (+ Broken Chanter)

Dissection Room 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

Fresh from recording the latest (self titled) Meursault record on the Isle of Skye, Neil Scott Pennycook and cohorts descend upon Summerhall with an offering of songs old and new. As always, the cast that comprises the Meursault live band is ever changing, so expect some new faces and sounds, some special guests and the

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Screen Horizons

The Rose Maker/La fine fleur (12a)

Cinema 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

The legendary Catherine Frot stars in this engaging comedy as Eve Vernet, the greatest rose grower in France. A once booming business, Eve’s farm is now on the verge of bankruptcy and in danger of being bought by a powerful competitor. Her secretary Véra (Olivia Côte) believes she has found a solution and hires three

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Recurring
Screen Horizons

The French Minister/Quai d’Orsay (15)

Cinema 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

In the aftermath of French Presidential Election fever, it seems fitting that this witty and razor-sharp comedy should return to the big screen. Young graduate Arthur Vlamrick (Raphaël Personnaz) is hired as a speechwriter for the tough-talking Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexandre Taillard de Vorms (Thierry Lhermitte) and rather than idealism what he finds a

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Edinburgh Ceilidh Club

Main Hall

The world renowned Edinburgh Ceilidh Club brings you the very best in Scottish ceilidh dancing, featuring Scotland’s top ceilidh bands. Brilliant live music and dancing for everyone, from complete beginners to experienced ceilidh dancers.

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Recurring
Summerhall Cinema

Swan Song (12a)

Cinema 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

In this outrageously entertaining and unexpectedly tender comedy from writer/director Todd Stephens (Edge of Seventeen), retired hairdresser Pat Pitsenbarger escapes his small-town nursing home after learning of his former client’s dying wish for him to style her final hairdo. ★★★★ The Guardian

Event Category:
Recurring
Summerhall Cinema

Everything Everywhere All At Once (15)

Cinema 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure. Exhausted Chinese American woman (Michelle Yeoh) is swept up in an insane adventure, where she alone can save the world by exploring other universes and connecting with the lives she could have led. “★★★★★ – an all-out cinematic assault, a cacophony of creativity that dazzles, delights, and defies explanation with every passing second. Leaving you breathless is its entire MO” – The Independent

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DR. WHO CLASSIC MOVIE DOUBLE BILL (PG)

Cinema 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

Lovingly restored and remastered in 4K we are delighted to reveal a first look at the artwork and trailer for our Dr. Who: Classic Movie Double Bill this July. Directed by Gordon Flemyng, featuring the legendary Peter Cushing as everyone’s favourite timelord and also starring Roy Castle, Bernard Cribbins, Jennie Linden and Roberta Tovey. Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965)

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Recurring
Screen Horizons

Paris 1900/paris mil neuf cent (PG)

Cinema 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

Considered a tour-de-force of editing, featuring excerpts from over 700 films, Paris 1900 is a fascinating glimpse of a bygone era. Step back in time to the French capital at the beginning of the 20th century, and the final years of La Belle Époque.

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Screen Horizons

Gallant Indies/indes galantes

Cinema 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

Thirty dancers from hip-hop, break, vogue, and other non-traditional genres descend on Paris’s legendary Opéra Bastille to reinvent Jean-Philippe Rameau’s baroque masterpiece Les Indes galantes. Intense, mesmerising, energetic and a powerful ode to life and art – this is an inspiring documentary, unmissable.

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Edinburgh Ceilidh Club

Main Hall

The world renowned Edinburgh Ceilidh Club brings you the very best in Scottish ceilidh dancing, featuring Scotland’s top ceilidh bands. Brilliant live music and dancing for everyone, from complete beginners to experienced ceilidh dancers.

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432 Presents

Richard Dawson + Circle

Dissection Room 1 Summerhall, Edinburgh

A Northumbrian singer/songwriter with a flair for shambolic psych-folk and exploratory rock, Richard Dawson became a fixture in the underground folk scene with his distinctive blend of traditional English folk music.

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lonely carp

KATABASIS: an underworld opera

Demonstration Room

lonely carp’s studio debut, funded by Help Musicians UK, is a concept album curated as a gripping descent to the underworld. ‘KATABASIS: an underworld opera’ progresses through seven movements of coalescing mythology, each more intense than the last.

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Recurring
lonely carp

KATABASIS: an underworld opera

Demonstration Room

lonely carp’s studio debut, funded by Help Musicians UK, is a concept album curated as a gripping descent to the underworld. ‘KATABASIS: an underworld opera’ progresses through seven movements of coalescing mythology, each more intense than the last.