Trinity College London returned to Edinburgh last month to give a number of performers the opportunity to showcase their talent at the Festival Fringe.
The performances included two one-act plays and a series of cabaret performances by aspiring musical theatre stars.
Trinity also gave aspiring local rock and pop musicians an opportunity to perform live at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in a series of three concerts at Blackwell's Bookshop. Trinity's Rock & Pop on the Fringe saw several musicians perform a range of songs including some specially selected from the new Rock & Pop syllabus.
The concerts took place on 9, 10 and 11 August and saw Academy of Music and Sound students, Mike Price on bass, James Robson on guitar and Juliette Wood on vocals, performing songs from the Rock & Pop syllabus including White Flag by Dido, Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Green Day, White Room by Cream, Run to the Hills by Iron Maiden and Moondance by Van Morrison.