City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: theatre

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (2017), Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Review


There often seems to be more young people who present as being “on the spectrum” than ever before.

A Life with the Beatles, Scottish Storytelling Centre, Review


Who was the fifth Beatle? Brian Epstein, Derek Taylor, George Martin, Pete Best? Neil Aspinall, a childhood friend of Paul McCartney and George Harrison, has as much of a claim as anyone.

The Winter’s Tale, Lyceum, Review

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Just when it seemed that Yuletide fripperies had disappeared for another year, the Lyceum curtain lifts to the sweet singing of In the Deep Mid Winter and the sight of a big, tastefully decor

Rent (2017), Festival Theatre, review

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Every so often a musical comes along that captures the zeitgeist – West Side Story, Hair, and A Chorus Line.

Ruth Rendell, "A Judgement in Stone", King's Theatre, Review

"A Judgement in Stone" Classic Thriller theatre company. (photo credit, Mark Yeoman)

Ruth Rendell, who died aged 85 in 2015, was a multi award winning Queen of Crime, author of sixty-six murder mysteries.

Traverse Theatre announces appointment of Award-Winning Playwright Gary McNair as Associate Artist

Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre today announces an addition to their team of Associate Artists.

A Few Good Men, Assembly Roxy, Review

Pic: Jon Davey

The 1990s courtroom movie A Few Good Men was a chance for Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore and others to get their teeth into the meatiest of roles.

Cirque Berserk! (2017), Festival Theatre, Review


After a nationwide tour in 2016, Cirque Berserk land in Edinburgh for seven performances of their wonderful circus show.

Still Game 2 Live: Bon Voyage, SSE Hydro, Review

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Jack and Victor and their Craiglang pals are back and their hordes of fans are flowing like many tributaries feeding the giant sea that is Glasgow’s colossal venue, the Hydro, to see them.