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Legally Blonde, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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From unpublished novel, to critically acclaimed chick-flick success the tale of Elle Woods’ entrance to the bar appears to have found its apogee in the musical theatre world.

Reflections of a Constant Monk, Scottish Storytelling Centre, Review

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A mixture of parables, poetry, and music, Reflections of a Constant Monk is, at best, abstract and imaginative and, at worst, aimlessly frenetic.

Festival City Theatre Trust joins forces with Queen Margaret University to Enhance Cultural Sector

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Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and the Festival City Theatres Trust, who manage the King’s and Festival Theatres and the Studio at Potterrow, have signed an agreement which will lead to a wide v

Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group (EGTG) announces 2018 productions

Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group (EGTG) has been putting on theatre productions in Edinburgh for over 60 years and has established its place as one of the city’s most respected amateur companies gaini

Tabula Rasa, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Named for the album played constantly in one man's last days of fighting his losing battle with cancer, Tabula Rasa is mystical gig theatre, an imagining of humanity's negotiation between life and dea

Tabula Rasa, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Named for the album played constantly in one man's last days of fighting his losing battle with cancer, Tabula Rasa is mystical gig theatre, an imagining of humanity's negotiation between life and dea

Slava’s Snowshow 2017, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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You are invited to retreat from the mundanity of adulthood, to be engulfed in Slava’s enchanting snowstorm, and to be avalanched into a state of childlike glee as Slava’s Snowshow returns to

Klezmer Crossed With Spoken Word in Jewish, Palestinian & British Storylines

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Chai For All perform the Arts Council England-funded multi-narrative music and spoken word show this Saturday, 4th November at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh.

#71, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Traverse, Review

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Actor and comedian Karen Dunbar made her name as part of the cast in late ‘90s comedy show Chewin the Fat where, as a young woman, she convincingly played Betty, the knee length knicker weari

Chrysalis Festival Returns to Traverse to Showcase Emerging Talent

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Chrysalis, Scotland’s groundbreaking festival for ambitious performance by young theatre-makers launched in 2015, returns to the Traverse Theatre this November.