Edinburgh News: theatre
Founded as a community drama workshop 30 years ago, Kneehigh is now regarded as Cornwall’s National Theatre and one of UK’s most exciting touring companies for their innovative, physical, multi-media
A song about a pair of old lovers, Ah yes, I remember it well , featured in the 1958 film, Gigi.
Benjamin Sinclair (Daniel O’Keefe) has a problem in ‘Martyr’; the word he lives in isn’t biblical enough for him.
Edinburgh theatre goers will be familiar with the plush and cosy auditorium of the Lyceum but how many have been behind the scenes?
A meeting in a Scottish classroom between Malawi exchange student Susan (Teri Ann Bobb-Baxter) and 50 something local handyman Gerry (Alan McHugh) exposes more commonalities than differences.
Aerialists Debbie Robbins and Rachael Macintyre aim to challenge the stigma surrounding depression through a personal portrait of mental illness.
The power of words and love between two men is at the core of this play set during World War I.
A combination of movement, comedy, music and most importantly rhythm, Stomp arrives in Edinburgh with a bang as part of their 2015 tour – and what a fun filled and exciting racket they make!
Back in August nearly 100 young people from across the county who could sing, dance and act attended open auditions to join the cast of this year’s pantomime at The Brunton, Cinderella.
How far would you go to start a new life? Crossing continents is scary enough but a journey in a capsule across galaxies is a bigger step altogether.