City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: theatre

In Fidelity, Traverse, Review

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To cheat or not to cheat? That is the question posed in this latest brain teasing show with the wonderful pun of a title from the highly innovative artist that is Rob Drummond.

The Confessional, C Too, St. Columba's by the Castle, Review

The Confessional - the cast.  Beyond Broadway Productions.

Our fascination with crime, from true murder cases to thrilling TV series such as Law and Order, The Wire, Dexter, Closer, Prime Suspect et al, continues to enthrall and entertain.

Expensive Shit, Traverse 2, Fringe Review

Expensive Shit- Image by Sally Jubb.jpg

“I have a degree in shitology,” says Tolu, not a claim many of us would want to make.

White Rabbit Red Rabbit, Assembly George Square, Review


Improv theatre has become increasingly popular at Fringe festivals across the globe, offering each audience a show unique to their individual place and time.

Dark Vanilla Jungle, C Nova, Review


A dimly lit room. One table, one chair and one honest voice.

Holmes for Rent, C Venue, Review


Created by Edinburgh’s own Arthur Conan Doyle, the eccentrically alluring tales of Sherlock Holmes have been reimagined by multiple directors and writers over the past few years, with Benedict Cumberb

Poe's Last Night, Sweet Grassmarket, Fringe Review

Edgar Allan Poe

Endearing, charming and sympathetic – not terms usually used to describe the rock star of American Literature, Edgar Allan Poe.

North Berwick's "Fringe by the Sea" Returns For Ninth Year

In the midst of uncertainty, something to look forward to and celebrate is as much a necessity as a cause for joy.

Brian Cox to Appear in Exclusive One-Off Fringe Show at Merchant’s Hall

Merchants Hall Edinburgh

Brian Cox – best known for appearing in The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, X2, Braveheart and Rushmore – has confirmed he'll be hosting an exclusive, one-hour talk with a Q&A follow up session

Festival and King’s Theatres’ Annual Review 2015/16

In another outstanding year, Festival and King’s Theatres have seen a strong programme presented on their stages.