City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: theatre

Sparks, Pleasance Courtyard, Review


Sparks is a beautifully raw two hander that plays witness to the inner monologue of a women who has found herself in love.

(even) Hotter, Bedlam Theatre, Review

(even) hotter

Back again from a 2017 Fringe run as Hotter, this year’s (even) Hotter is…can you guess it? Even Hotter.

Famous Puppet Death Scenes, CanadaHub @ King’s Hall, Review

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Canada’s Old Trout Puppet Workshop may work with small figures but they are absolute giants in the field of puppetry.

Showmanship, C royale, Review

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Listen carefully, the storm is coming. The wind is picking up, dirt is rising, electricity fills the air - and in the cloud? Monsters.

Game On 2.0, Free Sisters Pub, Review

We didn’t see the first Game On, but our host Matty - a burly, bearded Australian - sarcastically informs us at the start that the premise of Game On 2.0 is just the same.

Imaginate receives Creative Europe funding before Brexit

Imaginate, the national organisation in Scotland that promotes theatre and dance for children and young people and produces Edinburgh International Children’s Festival, has once again been awarded Cre

Cafe Hub, Castlehill, will be a real Festival hub with its new Gin Terrace for alfresco drinks and Street Food

Cafe Hub Gin Terrace for Festival 2018

If you stand on Princes Street and look up at the majestic, architectural skyline of the Old Town, it is indeed a city of churches and cathedrals with dozens of slender, tall spires reaching up to the

An Officer and a Gentleman, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review


Finding it’s balance in the wake of the 1982 film, a brand new version of An Officer and a Gentleman sweeps onto the Playhouse stage and makes our heat wave even hotter.

Scottish Dairy Firm Rowan Glen Renews Sponsorship of Edinburgh’s King’s Theatre Panto

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Capital Theatres today announced the return of Galloway firm, Rowan Glen, one of Scotland’s favourite dairy brands, as the official sponsor of the King’s Theatre Edinburgh pantomime.

Edinburgh Theatre Arts to Reprise Broadway Comedy for the 2018 Fringe

Following their success in 2016 with Lucy Prebble’s Enron, and in 2017 with Alan Ayckbourn’s Improbable Fiction, renowned Edinburgh amateur theatre company, Edinburgh Theatre Arts (E

Good Grief! - Death comes to the Fringe

This year, the charity-run initiative Death on the Fringe, that aims to get us talking about the one thing that faces us all, returns for its fifth year to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.