Edinburgh News: theatre
Combining physical theatre with an uncomfortable mockery of themselves, Ewan Downie and Johnathan Peck’s duet A Brief History of Evil offers confused intrigue to its touring audiences.
Him marks another episode in the 2016 Luminate festival, a chance to explore and celebrate growing older in the 21st century.
For a long time the name Alvin Ailey has stirred the admiration of people across the world, and this autumn Edinburgh is lucky to play host to the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater for two precious performanc
Once again, Agatha Christie’s beloved mystery play is back on an Edinburgh stage – this time to celebrate its record breaking 60th anniversary.
Claire (Helen MacKay) has Fraser (Alan Clark) the way she wants him at last – bound and gagged and (metaphorically at least) on his knees.
Immigration is a topic that’s high on political agendas across the world.
Margaret Atwood is one of the acclaimed novelists taking part in the Hogarth Shakespeare project, a series of books that will see many of Shakespeare’s works re-imagined and retold.
A mother and daughter live on an island where they tend a herd of cows that belongs to the monks from the mainland Abbey.
The Festival City Theatres Trust, the registered charity that runs the Festival, the Studio on Potterrow and King’s Theatres in Edinburgh, officially launches a talent development initiative for emer
Gently-men of Edinburgh, prepare your sweet tooth and hide your children as Caractacus Potts and his family return for another high flying, far-a-floating adventure to Vulgaria with everyone's favouri