City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Theatre


Hidden Door Festival

Hidden Door, a not-for-profit arts organisation run entirely by volunteers, specialises in discovering disused spaces in Edinburgh and radically transforming them into temporary, but imaginative venue

The Persians (A Play a Pie and a Pint), Traverse Theatre, Review

The Persians

A Scot, an Englishman, and a Northern Irish woman walk into a bar…

Locker Room Talk, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Gary McNair, being a man, has the unique ability to be invited into frank conversations with men all too willing to share, and own, their sexist views on women.

Royal Lyceum Theatre announces Christmas show for 2018

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It may be approaching Spring, but Edinburgh still feels under the grip of Winter so thinking about a Christmas show is not as incongruous as it should be!

Vichy Goings-On, Assembly Roxy, Review

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Glasgow 1948; out of the dockside shadows steps Ogilvie. He has a tale to tell of terrible, wonderful things that he has done.

A Night At The Theatre, Traverse Theatre, Review

"Vanishing Point"

A raucous night of melody and macabre, this blend of cabaret, spoken word, and music rings out its unholy message, “We’re all going to hell anyway, so let’s have a rare ol’ time.”

Reflections of a Constant Monk, Scottish Storytelling Centre, Review

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A mixture of parables, poetry, and music, Reflections of a Constant Monk is, at best, abstract and imaginative and, at worst, aimlessly frenetic.

Tabula Rasa, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Named for the album played constantly in one man's last days of fighting his losing battle with cancer, Tabula Rasa is mystical gig theatre, an imagining of humanity's negotiation between life and dea

Chrysalis Festival Returns to Traverse to Showcase Emerging Talent

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Chrysalis, Scotland’s groundbreaking festival for ambitious performance by young theatre-makers launched in 2015, returns to the Traverse Theatre this November.

How to Win Against History, Assembly George Square Gardens, Review

How to Win Against History - Aine Flanagan Productions and Seiriol Davies

It’s the theatrical experience Henry Cyril Paget, 5th Marquess of Anglesey would have hope for. An ornate stage, colourful lighting and, most of all, an appreciative audience.