City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Physical Theatre


The Most Serious Ailments of St. Krank's, Bedlam Theatre, Review

The Most Serious Ailments of St. Krank's (cast)

England, Oh England! You float upon the sea and look up at the sky, beaches curving like a smile, if the ocean was an oyster, you would be that oyster’s pearl.

Dead Letters Review, C Cubed, Review

Dead Letters (Photo - Millie Logan)

“The post office has a great charm at one point of our lives. When you have lived to my age, you will begin to think letters are never worth going through the rain for.”~ Jane Austen

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014 Programme Launched

Fringe brochure 2014

Many of the bigger venues, such as The Traverse, have already launched their programmes as the 414-page, 616 gra

Borges and I Review

Borges An I - production photograph (T Savage)

This is a story, told through books. How we read and experience books, how they shape the chapters of our lives and how those collected words and letters are at once public and personal.

Notes from Bermondsey Street Review

Notes From Bermondsey Street - publicity image.

"Hello, I've got the perfect table for you..." intones the head waiter. Not words frequently heard in Edinburgh during Festival season. Surely there's a catch?

La Poème Review

La Poème's Jeanne Mordoj

In the world of magic, women are generally no more than ‘the lovely assistant’. Not so with French cult performer Jeanne Mordoj.

The Various Lives of Infinite Nullity Review

Clout image for The Various Lives...

The clowning genius of Clout is back! Once again the Demonstration Room at Summerhall is graced with the presence of three young masters of the art of Bouffon.

A Simple Space Review

A Simple Space - headwalking

Entering through the audience, dressed for a sunny day in the park, the cast of A Simple Space began playing games.

Echolalia Review

Echolalia Photo

Echolalia is the term applied to the habit of repeating others’ speech, often found in those with conditions such as autism.

Turbulence Review

Turbulence - production photo

Following the success of "Fall to the Top" (a reworking of Shakespeare's "Scottish Play"), Entita Theatre enter that difficult second album stage with a prequel to the Bard's Th