City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: theatre

25 and Live, Festival Theatre, Review


“Everyone is an artist. Everyone is an expert of their own experiences,” recites Saskia Ashdown, co-host of 25 and Live, Festival Theatre’s Big Birthday Show.

The Last Five Years, Pleasance Theatre, Review


The emerging Bossy Belters have chosen The Last Five Years as their debut production. The heart-wrenching musical examines a relationship spanning half a decade.

Lost At Sea, King's Theatre, Review


“Fight. Survive.” It’s not an uncommon mantra for fishing communities like the one brought to life with Lost at Sea.

Small Wonders, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Review


Ring the bell at Number 17, and Nanny Lacey opens the door to her world of “scrapgic”, where ordinary things become the stuff of wonders.

2019 Theatre Critics Awards Shortlists Announced

My Left Right Foot the Musical - Christopher Bowen

The nominations for the 2019 Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland have been announced, and it has been an incredible year.

Rock of Ages, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Rock of Ages Cast April 2019

Rock of Ages returns to Edinburgh, hair quaffed and ready to rock, with their classic love story, giving the middle finger to pretending to be anything more than a silly romp that enjoys mocking music

(Can This Be) Home, Traverse Theatre, Review

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On the eve of the official “Brexit Day”, the palpable tension was cut aptly with (Can This Be) Home, a multimedia spoken word and music piece at the Traverse Theatre.

Local Hero, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Review


How can you put a value on something that is priceless? How can you count the grains of sand upon a beach?

Take A Walk On The Weill Side, The VooDoo Rooms, Review


“Jenny” is seductress, hustler, immigrant, survivor.

Edinburgh Festival 2019: Rocking Leith and Rousing Tynecastle

EIF 2019 launch - dancer

The Edinburgh International Festival today launched its 2019 programme of dance, theatre, and music for this August.

Edinburgh International Children's Festival Launches 30th Anniversary Programme


Today marks the programme launch for the 30th edition of the Edinburgh International Children's Festival, produced by Imaginate, Scotland's national organisation promoting the development and