The inaugural Edinburgh International Magic Festival launched in 2010 with a distinctly comedy magic and Fringe-flavoured line-up.
Summer may have at last arrived but it is always good to have treats to look forward to in the bleak and cold months that inevitably lie ahead. And is there a treat in store!?
Glittering excitement galore at the Traverse Theatre on Sunday 09 June!
A full house at the Traverse Theatre for ‘Calum’s Road’ provided ample opportunity to gauge audience reaction.
‘Another opening, another show.’ Or is it? Michael Frayn’s award winning Noises Off is doing a Britain-wide tour.
The popular award winning animated TV show for very small people about very small people, Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom, has come to the stage for the first time on a countrywide tour.
The very word "Traverse", meaning to travel or move across, has been for 50 years, an extremely apt name for the legendary Edinburgh Theatre.
Umbrellas may be ubiquitous (inside and out!) but bright things are ahead at Summerhall this Festival Fringe.
To put on ‘the poor mouth’ is a Gaelic expression, meaning to complain unduly about your misfortunes.
A model of youth theatre that really works is the best way to sum up Edinburgh-based Strange Town.