Edinburgh News: theatre
Magic Sho casts a spell across generations!
Rehearsal Room 26 unleashed Notorious Strumpets and Dangerous Girls at the Traverse for one night only.
On 9th September, 2015, Elizabeth II became our longest reigning monarch reaching 63 years, 216 days surpassing Queen Victoria.
It wasn’t quite ‘Hurricane Bawbag’ howling outside the Traverse Theatre on the evening its Hothouse season of new writing presented Mikey Burnett’s ‘Capital Converse’, but ‘Abigail’ seemed too sedate
Fleeing from reality has never been so easy in our modern, tech-obsessed, iPhone-clutching culture, making Alan Ayckbourn’s 1991 dark comedy indescribably poignant for a 21st Century audience.
A worthy exposure of an erased piece of Scottish history.
The Bunbury Company of Players have come to town! And they are bringing their revival of Oscar Wilde’s brilliant satire on Victorian hypocrisy The Importance of Being Earnest. What larks!
This week marks the 5th RLSDay organised by Edinburgh City of Literature, so in celebration it's a week long event with 47 events taking place throughout
The Traverse Theatre Company, Theatre Royal Bath Ustinov Studio and the Bush Theatre announce that former Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Michael Boyd, will direct their co-product
A personal journey of discovery round WWI Dundee.
Pitlochry Festival Theatre announced today the sad news that the wonderful Stage and TV actor, Leon Sinden passed away yesterday morning. He had been battling cancer for the last two years.
Edward Bruce's (brother of the more famous Robert) campaigns in Ireland receive blank looks or shuffled feet when mentioned in Scotland, so Black Dingo Productions are to be congratulated in taking on
Jason Donovan made a flying visit to Edinburgh on a day that the U.K. was shrouded in fog.
Jim is searching for his thingummy. He can’t seem to find it no matter where he looks, and isn’t sure quite what it was in the first place.
Laura Wade’s adaptation of the 1998 novel from Sarah Waters, Tipping the Velvet, is a grand celebration of theatricality, theatre and in particular the Lyceum Theatre.
The Royal New Zealand Ballet’s resurrection of Giselle is a revelation.
In 1746, when Samuel Johnson set out on creating the compilation of what was to be his renowned Dictionary of the English Language, he knew it wasn’t a one man job.
RLS Day on 13 November 2015, Edinburgh’s annual celebration of one of its most famous authors Robert Louis Stevenson, is set for its largest programme yet
Richard Alston Dance Company was back in Edinburgh for one night only, performing three dances from a repertoire spanning two decades of exciting choreography.
"Ten little Soldier boys went out to dine;
One choked his little self and then there were nine.
Nine little Soldier Boys sat up very late;
One overslept himself and then there were eight...
The Devil’s Larder is a deliciously wicked adult treat that is appetisingly apposite so close to Halloween.