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Edinburgh News: theatre


‘Play Amnesty’ for female playwriting launched by Stellar Quines and Glasgow Women’s Library

Stellar Quines, an award winning Scottish theatre company that celebrates the energy, experience and perspective of women and the now 26 year old Glasgow Women’s Library, the only Accredited Museum i

Picnic at Hanging Rock, Lyceum, Review

There is a blurring of fact and fiction in Joan Lindsay’s 1967 Australian novel Picnic at Hanging Rock.

Black Beauty Takes A Canter Round Scotland

Following a critically acclaimed run in Edinburgh, Red Bridge Arts, a company whose mission is to nourish creativity and encourage curiosity, and the Traverse Theatre Company take

Beam Theatre Presents Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men

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Beam Theatre presents Aaron Sorkin’s breakthrough stage production, A Few Good Men at Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh, 8-11 February.

Beam Theatre Presents Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men

Beam Theatre's A Few Good Men_Pic Credit Ian Fallon

Beam Theatre presents Aaron Sorkin’s breakthrough stage production, A Few Good Men at Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh, 8-11 February.

Edinburgh’s former Royal High School to be Venue for The Attic Collective’s Spring production of War in America

The Festival and King’s Theatres have announced that its new theatre company for emerging artists, The Attic Collective, will be staging the World Premiere of Jo Clifford’s War in America at

RSNO Christmas Concert 2016, Usher Hall, Review

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The RSNO Christmas Concert contains all the old favourites, but family-friendly, flamboyant conductor Christopher Bell starts a new Christmas tradition, that turns an ordinary bit of 21st Cen

Performers needed for Folk Play Premiere, The Burdies

Folk Drama Session

From Frozie-Toesie to Goosie Gander, a bevy of birds take centre stage at the Scottish Storytelling Centre on 30 December, in a new folk drama for Scotl

Last Christmas, Traverse Theatre, Review

Stripped back to an actor in an empty space, Matthew Bulgo’s ‘Last Christmas’ explores the gaping holes we all live with and through in darkly comedic ways.

Traverse Theatre announces 2017 Spring Programme

Santa has still to drop down Edinburgh’s chimney’s, but already there is another treat waiting round the Capital’s corner for 2017. The Traverse Spring/Summer Programme!