City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Physical Theatre

Trygve Wakenshaw: Nautilus, Pleasance Courtyard, Review


'Absurdity', 'Bizarre', 'Weirrrd!' 'The answers to the eternal questions.' These are the notes I wrote while watching the first 10 minutes of Trygve Wakenshaw's Nautilus.

A Bench on the Road - a Story of Italian female immigration

A Bench on the Road is a play that spans 100 years and tells the stories of six women.

Institute, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Masculine mime with a mixed up message.

The Duck Pond, Bedlam Theatre, Review

The Duck Pond - cast

Welcome ladies and gentlemen to a land touched by fairy tales; The Wild Geese, The Stolen Veil, The Little Mermaid, The White Duck, The Frog Prince - they all have power here.

Great Artists Steal, Space @ Jeffrey Street (Venue 45), Review

Picasso is attributed with the saying “Good artists copy, great artists steal”.

Made in ILVA - The Contemporary Hermit, Summerhall, Review

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ILVA of Taranto is the biggest steelworks in Europe.

The Object Lesson, Summerhall (Tech Cube), Review

The Object Lesson - Summerhall

“At the end, all that's left of you are your possessions. Perhaps that's why I've never been able to throw anything away.

EIF 2014: I AM, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

IAM - wrestlers

I AM is a challenging piece that is more to be endured than enjoyed, but if you push on through, you may emerge the stronger for it.

Light, Pleasance Dome, Review

Light - photo by Alex Brenner

It’s just another day at the dystopian office of Peace of Mind HQ for Agent Petros - or it would be except for the nightmares he has been having.

Pss Pss!, Zoo Southside, Review


Baccalà Clown brings top of the range circus skills from Switzerland to Scotland.