City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Physical Theatre


The Greatest Liar In All The World Review

Greatest Liar cast

Being a fan of the art of puppetry, it was with some excitement that I approached this afternoon’s performance of The Greatest Liar In All The World.

The Man in the Moone Review

Man in the Moone - publicity image.

A born dreamer, our unlikely hero appears to emerge from the womb against the background of the first moon landing, with his eyes already searching the skies.

The Secret Agent Review

Young Vic - The Secret Agent

‘The Secret Agent’, Joseph Conrad’s novel of secrets, lies and betrayal is neglected these days. Ironic, since much of what it says remains pertinent.

That is All You Need to Know Review

That is All You Need to Know - production photo.

That is All You Need to Know celebrates the unsung war time code-breaking heroes of Bletchley Park and those who fought to save the historic site and the memories it contained.

33 Review

33 by The Wardrobe Ensemble (publicity image)

It's exactly three years to the day (5th August) since the Chilean mining accident which trapped 33 miners 2,300 feet below ground.

Company Men Review

Company Men

It's an engaging start to this piece devised by the directer, author and choreographer: Chiharu.

The Blind Review

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Last week I passed The Old Quad, the inner courtyard of Edinburgh University’s most magnificent building. On its walls are plastered posters and an abundance of information about this show.

Rhinoceros Review

Rhinoceros: first rhino sighting

Eugene Ionesco, a Romanian dramatist who made Paris his home, was one of the theatrical revolutionaries who "helped inaugurate the Theatre of the Absurd” after writing  a one act &l

Camille Claudel Review

Camille Gael

The multi coloured geometric shaped external space of Pleasance Beside, designed by Simon Scullion, is the venue for this one woman show written and performed by French-Brazilian actress and writer, Gaël Le Cornec.

Rime Review

Rime - rope-swinger

Based on the  Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, this multi-skilled company combine acting with circus acrobatics, dance and singing to recreate the haunting story of an ill-fated crew on a ship driven off course to the Antarctic and the Mariner’s curse for the needless slaying of an albatross.