Danny MacAskill's Drop and Roll Live

Dance, Physical Theatre and Circus

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  • Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    Signed Performance
    Hearing not needed
    May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years


Led by world-famous trials rider and YouTube sensation Danny MacAskill, Drop and Roll make their long-awaited Edinburgh Fringe debut with a brand-new show featuring jaw-dropping stunts! Joining Danny will be highly acclaimed trials rider and fellow Scotsman Duncan Shaw, plus more athletes to be announced. Hosted by extreme sports commentator Henry Jackson, the hour-long show includes crowd participation plus there are prizes to be won throughout. Expect an action-packed display of gravity-defying tricks, guaranteed to amaze children and adults alike! The 7pm performance on 07 August is a special gala performance supporting OneCity Trust.

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General venue access

  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    Signed Performance
    Hearing not needed
  • Accessible entry: Please make yourself known to FOH upon arrival and they will escort you to your seat via a separate route.
  • Wheelchair access type: Level Access

  • Stairs: Information not supplied

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Signed performances

  • Dates: 3 August
  • Booking options: You can book independently online, or contact our access team to book your tickets and request any specific seating requests in relation to the location of the interpeter.

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C Cowe 35 days ago

If you are a big fan of Danny or stunts on bikes then this may be the show for you. I was purely looking for a entertaining show and whist the stunts are impressive and I'm aware of how skilled the performers are the show dragged. The show is aimed to children and the compare consumed most of the show with spoilers. I appreciate that Danny still performed whilst injured (#hardasnails) however public speaking does not play to his strengths.

Torin Storkey 39 days ago

It contains 40% of bike action and 60% of compering which detracts from the stunts and fragments the show. Although the tricks were good and impressive far too much of the show was in dead time from the irritating compare. The compare only pre-described what they were going to do (spoiling the surprise) and getting the audience to cheer louder to get the guys to do the stunt. The only thing the compere did which did not detract from the show was to get volunteers to do superfluous aspects of the show. With three bicyclists there was no reason why it could have been continuous stunts without a compere. The cyclists did not do collaborative sections which would make the show more interesting.

Martin Finlayson 42 days ago

Terrible value for money - I went on the gala show which was £26 and no different to any other show, it was late to start, letting people hang about outside in the pouring rain for no reason, the show itself is ok for kids with a clown/compere and throwing out freebies but its not an adult show and shouldn't be £26! I've been to 100s of shows in the festival over the last 30 years and this was by far the worst. I'm a big fan of Danny but this is an ill thought out show, massively overpriced and needs some professional expertise to make it work.

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The Scotsman (4/5 stars) 25 days ago

But when he’s lured back on to his bike, with overdone fanfare by ringmaster Henry Jackson, an extreme sports commentator, his body still shows a particular fluidity, a slow measured grace: the Roger Federer of trials cyclists. He vaults sideways from platform to platform, reprises a bit of his Edinburgh...

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The List (4/5 stars) 27 days ago

Jaw-dropping skill from cycle pros...

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Fest (3/5 stars) 31 days ago

If you’re reading this then you’re probably aware of the trials rider Danny MacAskill, and will no doubt have watched his stunt cycling videos. And if you’ve seen those videos (the first, filmed in part just metres from the Circus Hub) then you’ll know how incredible the things he does...

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Deadline News (3/5 stars) 36 days ago

AFTER five years of international touring, trials bike legend, YouYube star Danny MacAskill brings his Drop & Roll show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the first time.

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Primary Times Children's Choice Awards 37 days ago

I’m pretty certain all the kids in the audience would it give ten stars out of five

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Broadway World (4/5 stars) 40 days ago

The energy levels in the big top at Underbelly Circus Hub are pretty high. With flashing lights and blasting pop/rock songs, host Henry Jackson bursts onto the stage to get the crowd warmed up further. Introducing each of the professionals individually, they all make quite the entrance. The three bikers...

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The Wee Review (4/5 stars) 40 days ago

Having toured his Drop & Roll Live show all over the globe for the past five years, acclaimed trials cyclist Danny MacAskill brings it to the Edinburgh Fringe for the first time this year. Alongside fellow biker Duncan Shaw and BMXer Alex Coleborn, MacAskill delivers a stunt-packed performance that sees...

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