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Edinburgh News: theatre


In The Ink Dark, Scottish Poetry Library, Review

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Fully immersive, evocative experience, In the Ink Dark is a living poem comprised of conversations, podcasts, performances, and a publication.

Death of a Salesman, King's Theatre, Review

Nicholas Woodeson as Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman. (photo credit, Manual Harlan)

Arthur Miller’s majestic, moody masterpiece is, at its centre, a psychological portrait of a salesman as an old man, reflecting on his life, work, family, hopes, regrets and broken dreams.

There’s A New Kind of Buzz at the Lyceum!

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The Lyceum theatre is home to 70,000 new permanent residents! In June 2017 two beehives were installed on the roof of our city centre theatre.

Stories of the Sea: Women, Whaling and War!, Leith Dockers Club, Review

Citadel Arts Group’s eighth production for Leith Festival, Stories of the Sea: Women, Whaling and War!, gives the female perspective on two stories rooted in the world of men.

Milonga, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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The Argentine Tango evolved out of the working class neighbourhoods and suburbs of Buenos Aires.

Dirty Dancing, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Lewis Griffiths as Johnny Castle with Ensemble in Dirty Dancing. Photo: Alistair Muir

Having made over 10 million since its 2006 West End debut with the highest advance sales in history, there’s no denying the popularity of Eleanor Bergstein’s classic coming-of-age tale, yet there’s fr

Capital day as Edinburgh venues scoop half the Awards at 15th annual CATS ceremony

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At Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre on Sunday 11th June, the 15th annual Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) ceremony took place to great anticipation.

Shackleton, Traverse Theatre, Review

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The darkened stage of Traverse One has sheeting lying apparently at random on either side of the stage. There is, of course, method in this apparent messiness.

The Wedding Singer, King's Theatre, Review

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The Wedding Singer takes us on a romp down the well-travelled, rom-com road, singing as we go.

Join an Alliance of Defiance with the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 70th Anniversary Programme

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The official 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme, which launched today, will bring shows from around the world catering for all ages and appetites to celebra