City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News: theatre

Eddie & The Slumber Sisters, EICF, Southside Comunity Centre, Review


Eddie & The Slumber Sisters is another cracking production from Scotland’s superlative producer of children’s theatre, Catherine Wheels.

2018 Edinburgh International Children’s Festival Set to Break Ticket Sales Record

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The 29th Edinburgh International Children’s Festival is set to break its sales record this year across all its audiences including families, schools and industry professionals with 87% of the festival

We Come From Far, Far, Away, EICF, Lauriston Hall, Review


Theatre Company NIE (New International Encounter) has, for sixteen years, co-created performances with venues and theatre companies across Europe.

Sherlock Holmes: The Final Curtain, King’s Theatre, Review


The next to jump onto the Conan Doyle bandwagon is successful stage adaptor, director, producer and former artistic director Simon Reade, with Sherlock Holmes: The Final Curtain.

MADE IN SCOTLAND celebrates Ten Years of Showcasing World Class Shows

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Companies and artists selected for the 10th year of Made in Scotland, a curated showcase of music, theatre and dance performed during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world’s greatest platform for c

OGO, EICF, Institut franҫais d’Ecosse, Review

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The new location of l’Institut franҫais d’Ecosse on George IV Bridge is the ideal spot for Ogo, the production created for wee souls (petits âmes) from the Canadian company of that very name,

A Feast of Bones, EICF, Traverse, Review

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Subversion is the name of the game in this banquet of lip smacking dark delights from Ireland’s Theatre Lovett.

PASSout 2018, Traverse Theatre, Review


As part of Edinburgh’s GLOW Festival 2018, the graduating students of Performing Arts Studio Scotland return to the traverse with PASSout 2018.

Ma, Pa and the Little Mouths, Traverse, Review


There’s a line in the film Peter’s Friends when Stephen Fry’s character likens the process of being born “ [being] dropped down a random chimney...and … be able to get on with the set of

Fife Theatre Company Takes on Topic of Love and Disability

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Scottish theatre company Cutting Edge Theatre is touring a new play this summer that sensitively explores questions of love and disability.

Leitheatre to Showcase Pinter’s Homecoming

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Pinter, one of England’s greatest modern playwrights, was also an outspoken social commentator and renowned for his witty put-downs.