City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Drama


Dreamland, ZOO Southside, Review

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Not so long ago, in the not so distant City of London it was the dawn of an age of prosperity; battles were won over never ending riches – but in times of crisis people search for meaning.

The Promise, Venue 13, Review

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The Promise opens in 1942 Russia, where three teenagers band together to survive the World War 2 siege in Leningrad.

My Name is Dorothy, Greenside @ Royal Terrace, Review

My Name is Dorothy -  Crossbow Collective (Martin Watt Photography)

This is the story of Dorothy Lawrence, British journalist and aspiring First World War correspondent, who slipped behind the front lines and almost out of history.

South Bend, Gilded Balloon at the Museum, Review

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Martin McCormick has a problem with his teeth – he lies through them. “Trust me”, he asks the audience, all he is about to say is true.

It’s Not a Sprint, Pleasance Dome, Review

It's Not a Sprint - Grace Chapman

Got nowhere to run to, baby, nowhere to hide
It's not love, I'm a running from …

How My Light is Spent, Greenside @ Nicolson Square, Review

How My Light is Spent

Jimmy makes a panicked phone call – “Kitty, my hands have disappeared”.

To the Ocean, Symposium Hall, Review

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In a tent on the grass by Symposium Hall, decorated with ivy leaves and fairy lights, BoxedIn Theatre create a world of childhood beliefs and coming of age reality.

Gratiano, Assembly Rooms, Review

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Grist to the Mill Productions always feature highly on the ‘to see’ list of anyone who knows them, and their new production Gratiano, written and performed by Ross Ericson, is a prime example of why t

Pricks, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

Pricks

Jade Byrne has had a lot of pricks in her life. Over 70,000 to be more precise.

Ken, Pleasance Dome, Review

Ken -  Jeremy Stockwell and Terry Johnson (courtesy of Robert Day)

On the tenth anniversary of his death, Ken Campbell, legendary theatre maverick is back at the Fringe.