Edinburgh News: theatre
Daring adventures, a lost little boy and a shard of enchanted glass – what more could you want from a lunchtime fairytale?
Setting up camp in the Church Hill Theatre, the American High School Theatre Festival are performing over 20 shows during this year's Fringe, from Sondheim to Suess and A Midsummer Night’s Dream with
Nurturing is at the heart of this year’s flagship play in the Traverse Theatre’s Festival programme, Milk.
If you have ever felt pressured and under appreciated in your place of work, at least you aren’t a part of Tracy’s team.
High above the streets of Paris there is a place of angels and gargoyles.
In a crowded night-club, Alice is struggling to find a place to dance; the floor is packed with strangely costumed creatures in mad hats adorned with spectacles, binoculars, furry ears.
Fairytales and folklore will never lose their charm and with adaptations like Red Bonnet Productions they are surely here to stay.
It’s a good thing the title specifies ‘abridged’ – as we are told almost immediately, the ‘original’ script would have been 100 hours long!
Blue smoke and green lights pervade the stage area as the seats fill up for The Pleasance Opening Gala. The lights quickly dim and the first act is up.
After sell out shows in 2015, Familie Flöz return with another epic performance.