Collection of video interviews with festival organisers, performers and academics describing the University's involvement with the festivals in 2013.
Professor Charlie Jeffrey
Professor Charlie Jeffrey explains why Independence was the main focus at the 2013 Festival of Politics and Edinburgh International Book Festival.
Director Katherine Newbigging talks about collaborating with the University of Edinburgh at the 2013 just Festival.
Director Nick Barley explains why the University of Edinburgh is so essential to the Edinburgh International Book Festival, and vice versa.
Professor Jolyon Mitchell
Professor Jolyon Mitchell from the School of Divinity at just Festival, talks about the University’s many links with the August festivals.
Stand-up comedian Susan Morrison worked with Beltane to bring together the Cabaret of Dangerous Ideas at the 2013 Festival Fringe.
Harpsichordist Christophe Rousset speaks about the University of Edinburgh's harpsichord collection ahead of his performances as part of Edinburgh International Festival.
Professor of New Work, Peter Manning, talks about the collaboration with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland at the new Fringe venue, Paterson's Land.
Soweto Melodic Voices
African youth choir, Soweto Melodic Voices stayed in the capital for three weeks in August, during which time they performed as part of Just Festival and participated in numerous University-led workshops.