City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh News: theatre


Jane Eyre, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Charlotte Brontë’s mid Victorian Gothic novel set in her native Yorkshire created a storm in its time.

Neon Project Will Show National Theatre of Scotland's Diverse Venues

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Celebrated Scottish photographer John G Moore has been commissioned by The National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) for a new photography project that wi

Scorch, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Online dating provides even the shyest of wall flowers an opportunity to abandon their usual social constraints and blossom into the person they really are, but can this really be defined as honesty?

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 70th year celebrated at Summerhall with international programme

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For this very special 2017 anniversary, Summerhall, Edinburgh’s acclaimed and award-winning multi-arts venue, has risen to the challenge of gathering a unique array of international creative responses

My Country: A Work in Progress, Traverse Theatre, Review

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There’s always that moment for the seasoned theatre-goer when you know it’s verbatim theatre and there’s a row of chairs along the back of the playing area.

The Ladykillers, Assembly Roxy, Review

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King’s Cross ain’t what it used to be.

The Red Shoes, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes marks the 30th anniversary of his ballet company New Adventures and is a fitting tribute to the power of art.

Sasha Regan’s All-Male Mikado or The Town of Titipu, King’s Theatre, Review

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There was a time when the performance of a Gilbert and Sullivan’s operettas was de rigeur at the end of term.

Joan Eardley: A Private View, SNG Modern 2, Review

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Art galleries are places of hush and reverence, like libraries used to be (remember that?).

Charlie Sonata, Lyceum, Review

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Once upon a time there was a man called Charlie whose surname had been so difficult to pronounce that it became Sonata. He had a son also called Charlie Sonata, who in turn had a son named Charles.