City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: theatre


EIF 2017: Flight, Church Hill Theatre & Studio, Review

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Welcome aboard a flight like no other.

Phools, Bedlam Theatre, Review

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Prepare to hear a story told by a vagabond New English skiffle band of pot, spoon, pan and bucket players.

Letters to Morrissey, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Teenage angst – we’ve all been there. Being ‘in with the out crowd’ is no joke.

Good With Maps, C Primo, Review

Good With Maps - photo credit Lucy Parakhina

“There are two things to know about me. I am a fresh water person, not a beach person, and I am good with maps.”

Mother's Ruin: A Cabaret about Gin, Rose Theatre, Review

Maeve Marsden and Libby Wood in Mother's Ruin

History, hilarity, and debauchery ensue with Maeve Marsden and Libby Wood, accompanied by the marvelous Tom Dickins, as your two gin historians, serving up their tales with intoxicating harmonies, del

Form, Pleasance Dome, Review

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The constriction of order or the terror of chaos, these are two of the competing themes present in this engaging piece of physical theatre.

Form, Pleasance Dome, Review

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The constriction of order or the terror of chaos, these are two of the competing themes present in this engaging piece of physical theatre.

Mies Julie Returns

Mies Julie photo call

Ducked the Edinburgh rain this morning to capture the cast of Mies Julie - Yaël Farber's critically acclaimed adaptation of August Strindberg’s classic Miss Julie set on a remote and arid farm in mode

An Arrangement of Shoes, Counting House, Review

An Arrangement of Shoes production photo

With sunshine striking the pavement outside The Counting House, one might wonder what might draw one inside, but ‘An Arrangement of Shoes’ proves an excellent diversion from the busy traffic of the Fr

Goody, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

Goody - image Boondog Theatre

Roll up, roll up for a look behind the curtain of the travelling show.