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Edinburgh News: theatre


New Edinburgh Festival Celebrates Robert Burns "And Beyond"

Luke Jerram's Moon (photo by Rob Brewer)

Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning (Friday, 7th December) for a new six-day Edinburgh festival celebrating Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns.

Beauty and the Beast, King's Theatre, Review

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Welcome to Pantoland, where you don’t know if you’ve walked into Disney World or Late ‘n’ Live.

Beauty and the Beast, King's Theatre, Review

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Welcome to Pantoland, where you don’t know if you’ve walked into Disney World or Late ‘n’ Live.

Stories of Youth for A Decade: Strange Town

Strange Town 10 Year Anniversary

Over the last 10 years, Strange Town has staged 124 productions, commissioned 98 original scripts and performed in a variety of spaces including thea

Wendy and Peter Pan, Lyceum, Review

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Forget an elfin boy in green tights, forget a babysitting dog, forget Tinkerbell as a darting light and add Tom, a third Darling brother.

Flutter, Assembly Roxy, Review

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Where better to stage a show set in the imagined frozen north than the less than cosy main hall that is Assembly Roxy.

Doris, Dolly and the Dressing Room Divas, Gilded Balloon, Review

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This winter season, Morag Fullarton’s award-winning show Doris, Dolly and the Dressing Room Divas returns to Edinburgh.

Motown The Musical, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Motown the Musical 2018

Slick, smooth and soulful is the summation to this sensational showcase of an era of music that redefined the world of record making, changing the face of and paving the path for future popular music.

Shakespeare in Love, King’s Theatre, Review

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“Shall I compare... thee… to a something, something. Mummers’ play?”

William Shakespeare is facing writer’s block, the play a month over due and his quill broken, the well dry.

The Last Days of Mankind, Leith Theatre, Review

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On the most poignant of remembrance days of the 1918 Armistice, 11th November 2018, a powerful anti- war play opened at Leith Theatre.

The Last Days of Mankind, Leith Theatre, Review

Martyn Jacques of The Tiger Lillies appearing in The Last Days of Mankind at Leith Theatre copy.jpg

On the most poignant of remembrance days of the 1918 Armistice, 11th November 2018, a powerful anti- war play opened at Leith Theatre.