City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Theatre


Bare Threads, The Space on Niddry Street, Review

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With a successful 2016 fringe show under their belts, Theatre Paradok make a triumphant return with a show about clothes, or rather, the lack thereof.

Suspicious Minds, Pleasance Dome, Review

Suspicious Minds - Abby Cassidy and Andrew Turner

We're caught in a trap
I can't walk out
Because I love you too much, baby

Scribble, Assembly Roxy, Review

Scribble

With a business-like desk and bulletin board with map, photographs, a bran flakes packet and fairy lights, we could be in for a lecture or a crime procedural drama.

A Hunger Artist (Kafka Adaptation), ZOO, Review

A Hunger Artist

Hungering is not what it used to be. Time was when a hunger artist at the top of his game could earn a very good living. But now the appetite for public starvation is in decline across Europe.

I Am My Own Wife, Greenside @ Nicolson Square, Review

I Am My Own Wife - The Unusual Theatre Company

“Now in the midst of all this craziness, I have found a true character … she may well be the most singular, eccentric individual the Cold War ever birthed.”

Evocation, theSpace on the Mile, Review

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Evocation is an attempt to conjure up something of the restless and troubled spirit of fin de siècle Europe with a dramatized recital of seven poems by an obscure Belgian symbolist poet.

Confabulation, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

Confabulation

Eamonn Fleming has vivid memories of attending a Motorhead concert at the age of thirteen in 1980.

EIF2017: The Divide Parts 1 and 2, King's Theatre, Review

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Currently dominating the advertising for the EIF, Alan Ayckbourn’s new play The Divide, in two parts, can hardly be missed when wandering Edinburgh’s city centre.

Elegy for an Echo, theSpace @ Jurys Inn, Review

Elegy for an Echo - Gin & Chronic Theatre

Connor is planning a special date night. Red rose; take-away; wine. It’s important that they make the best of the time that they have together.

Black Mountain, Roundabout at Summerhall, Review

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Rebecca and Paul have come out to the country to stay in an isolated house in the middle of a forest in the shadow of a mountain.