City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh News: theatre


Two Sides of the Curtain, theSpace on North Bridge, Review

Two Sides of the Curtain - Ada (Racheal Naylor)

“I, I can remember
Standing by the wall
And the guns shot above our heads
And we kissed, as though nothing could fall”

– Heroes by David Bowie.

The Fair Intellectual Club, Royal Scots Club, Review

And so to the Royal Scots Club upon Abercromby Place, there to be regaled by three young ladies with their entertainment, entitled ‘The Fair Intellectual Club’…

The Fair Intellectual Club, Royal Scots Club, Review

And so to the Royal Scots Club upon Abercromby Place, there to be regaled by three young ladies with their entertainment, entitled ‘The Fair Intellectual Club’…

Séance, The Terrace at Summerhall, Review

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Disorienting, spooky, and a bit camp, Séance is a twenty-minute, pitch-black experience in a small shipping container outside Summerhall. Is anything more Fringe than that?

Hive, theSpace@Surgeon's Hall, Review

Adrienne-Marie Zitt and Lauren Ash as Emily and Sylvia in Hive

“If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry” ― Emily Dickinson (1830-1886)

Give Me Your Love, Summerhall, Review

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It’s what we all yearn for – to be given some love. But it’s often when we need it most that we shut the world out and box ourselves away.

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

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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.