Edinburgh News: theatre
Priscilla ain’t the only Queen in the desert, as three go gallus in Alice.
Barely will the last piece of tinsel be swept away, the last piece of panto greasepaint wiped from their faces, and their outrageous costumes discarded than the comic trio that is Allan Stewart, Andy
Attending a Shakespearian play is often regarded as the height of sophistication, where impeccably trained actors glide across well dressed stages, uttering a magnitude of eloquent soliloquies.
An interweaving of two feminine winter tales.
Christopher Hampson’s choreography introduces a few twists on the traditional fairytale to show that a modern Cinderella isn’t all about the money.
Stalwarts of the annual King's panto serves up some Christmas comedy.
It’s only the start of 2015’s advent but The King’s Theatre Edinburgh has already announced that its next pantomime for the 2016/ 17 season will be Jack and the Beanstalk.
Being evacuated during wartime must have been an adventure for many children.
Rambert is back in town with an outstanding triple bill at Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre.