We were delighted to host our first season of productions throughout the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festival of our own Graduate companies and the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards. Photography by Lindsay Snedden.

Jubilee Fund Applications Open for 2017 at Summerhall

We are now accepting applications for the Jubilee Fund 2017. This year the fund will be used to subsidise graduate company performances in our managed space within the Summerhall complex in Edinburgh throughout the Edinburgh Fringe 2017.

The Jubilee Fund is open to all College graduates from 2012 onwards, including those graduating in 2017. A company need only include one Rose Bruford College graduate (from any course, including our online degrees) in the cast or crew to qualify.

Please click here for more information and how to apply.

If you are not eligible for the Jubilee Fund and would like to enquire about using Summerhall at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe or other times throughout the year, please e-mail


Below is the list of companies who performed at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe

Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards


written by Ian Horgan

Winner of the 2016 Scottish Daily Mail Highly Commended Drama Award

The Vagina Dialogues
The Völvas

Read their Fringe Review




Blue Dog Project


Peace, Love & Solidarity!
British Intervention


Happy Norway Day
Setesdal Collective


The Lost Game
Decoupage Collective


Beach Party
38 Buried Roses



The Trial (After Kafka)
People Zoo Productions

Award Winning The Trial Heads to Edinburgh


Remembering Shakespeare (Film) 
Directed by Cecilia Rubino; Produced by Peter Lucas


L’heure fugitive (in French)


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Summerhall, Box Office,
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