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RSNO Beethoven One, Usher Hall, Review

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This was a concert of Sibelius, Mahler and Beethoven - deliberately chosen by the Orchestra's Principal Guest Conductor Thomas Søndergård.

Stuff, Traverse Theatre, Review

STUFF opens with sounds whooshing together all at once: a childlike piano melody, a melancholy aria, a gunshot.

Funny Girl, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review


A rose of sheer perfection, Sheridan Smith has the UK’s largest auditorium upstanding - loud and applauding - and even after the career she’s had she still can’t believe it.

Nell Gwynn, King's Theatre, Review


After audience and critical success last year in 2016 and scooping the title of Best New Comedy at the Olivier Awards, Jessica Swale’s Nell Gwynn leaves the West End to tour the UK with the E

His Final Bow, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Traverse, Review

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Forgotten as a thespian; remembered as an assassin.

Leith Creative Announces Innovative New Community Project

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Leith Creative, Leith’s dynamic network of creative hubs and practitioners, is to work with citizens and communities in Leith to explore how to enhance the area through creative thinking in the 'Peopl

Channelling Jabez, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Traverse, Review

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Bringing a forgotten hero out from the shadows is always an admirable undertaking.

EISF: A Number, Lyceum, Review

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We all know the disconcerting feeling of catching a surprise glimpse of yourself in an unexpected mirror, and for a split second thinking it was another person.

RSNO Brahms Four, Usher Hall, Review

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Beethoven wrote five piano concertos. Recently Jonathan Biss, an American pianist, asked five composers to write a work complementary to those five concertos.

Fiddler On The Roof, King's Theatre, Review


Edinburgh Music Theatre presents a Fiddler on the Roof that could give most professional companies a run for their money.