City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Theatre


Of Rags and Bones, The Quaker Meeting House, Review

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Of Rags and Bones is a poignant and disconcerting show performed and devised by Newbury Youth Theatre.

Casanova Dreaming, Space on Niddry Street, Review

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Giacomo Casanova is one of the most notorious lovers of European history, a man who’s life would not be out of place in a comic strip for the number of escapades he got up to.

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

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

Ken, Pleasance Dome, Review

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

The Woman and the Canvas, theSpace Triplex, Review

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“How about we try again today?” Anna’s doctor cajoles as she stands before an artist’s easel. There is therapy in returning her to her art, but also the terror of the blank canvas.

Marmite, Gilded Balloon, Review

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Returning after the success of their first Fringe show last year, Limerence Productions brings a story about love, relationships, balance and gay monogamy.

The Archive of Educated Hearts, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

The Archive of Educated Hearts

In a hand-built garden shed at the edge of the Pleasance Courtyard is a room of perfect intimacy.

Bugle Boys – A Salute to The Andrews Sisters, Assembly Hall, Review

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‘It takes balls to be a Bugle Boy’ so says one of the three blue satin clad drag artists who strut on to the stage in a pastiche of the million-selling, close harmony trio from the ‘30s and ‘40s, the

Statements, Gilded Balloon Teviot, Review

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Samuel Clayton’s Statements is a masterclass in character performance, that deals delicately, yet unforgivingly, with the treatment and resources available for children with Special Education