The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Marches out of Sydney after biggest ever show

22 October 2019

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Marches out of Sydney after biggest ever show

Under the lights of the impressive ANZ Stadium and in the shadows of a life-sized Edinburgh Castle replica, over 1,500 performers taking part in The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo have officially marched out of Sydney following huge plaudits from Australian audiences.

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo arrives in Sydney

Over 1,500 performers from around the world will take centre stage today (17 October) as The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo brings its largest ever production to Sydney’s ANZ Stadium, until 19 October.

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo begins journey down under

Tattoo brings together 20 nations and a cast of over 1,500 performers in biggest ever production

Edinburgh Tattoo announces charity donation to the tune of £1 million

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo will donate £1 million to 13 UK military charities and arts organisations this year, bringing its total charitable contributions to more than £12 million since the event began in 1950.

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo marches into Sydney with record-breaking line-up

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo have now confirmed 1521 cast for Sydney’s upcoming production, in a new record as the largest Tattoo ever in its 69-year history.

Brigadier David Allfrey to stand down as Chief Executive and Producer of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo announces that Brigadier David Allfrey will retire from his role as Chief Executive and Producer at the end of 2020, after ten years in the role.

“Producer's coat” of many colours inspired Tattoo Harris Tweed

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo now has its own unique design of Harris Tweed – with the inspiration coming from Producer and Chief Executive, Brigadier David Allfrey.

Through a Kaleidoscope - The Edinburgh Tattoo showcase for 2019

International performers from China, New Zealand, Africa, Europe and The Caribbean confirmed for The Edinburgh Tattoo's 2019 production 'Kaleidoscope'

“Kia ora” - Edinburgh Tattoo confirms New Zealand acts for this year's line-up

"Kia ora” is a Māori greeting which also translates as "Cheers", "Good Luck" or "Best Wishes"

Edinburgh Tattoo half-price preview tickets on sale this Monday.

Half-price tickets for The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo’s annual preview evening will go on sale from 10am on Monday, 22nd July.

Tattoo says “Bienvenue” to its first international act of 2019

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has revealed Lyon-based Musique de l’Artillerie as the first international act to show its paces on Edinburgh Castle’s iconic Esplanade this August.

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo flies high with Edinburgh Airport in new sponsorship deal

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has today announced a new six-figure sponsorship deal with Edinburgh Airport, which will support this year’s ‘Kaleidoscope’ show at Edinburgh Castle in August.

Press accreditation for Kaleidoscope now open

We are pleased to accept press applications for our 2019 show.

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