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Edinburgh News: theatre


Oh! What a Lovely War, The Studio at Festival Theatre, Review

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On 11th November 1918 the guns fell silent after four years of battle, ending the First World War.

Stuff, Traverse Theatre, Review

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“This is the house where the hoarder lives.”

King’s Theatre Redevelopment Campaign Announces Architect and Future Designs

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Capital Theatres, the charitable trust which runs the Festival and King’s Theatres and The Studio, has officially launched the King’s Theatre Edinburgh Redevelopment Campaign.

A Puffin Great Adventure Exploring Climate Change

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A new children’s show by Snap Elastic is on tour across Scotland from today, and flies into Edinburgh, landing at the Scottish Storytelling Centre on Saturday 10 November to entertain with a tale of f

First Samhuinn Fire Festival On Calton Hill Bigger Than Beltane

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To hypnotic drum beats, punctuated with guttural roars, a small army of pagan-esque performers staged a fiery, Hallowe’en night show on Calton Hill to mark the onset of

Francesca Hegyi Appointed New Executive Director of Edinburgh International Festival

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The Edinburgh International Festival has announced the appointment of Francesca Hegyi OBE as the incoming Executive Director.

Saturday Night Fever, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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If you love the Bee Gees and you’ve got some boogie shoes, then you’ll love Saturday Night Fever, the groovy jukebox musical led by dazzling Richard Winsor as Tony Manero (John Travolta, if

Macbeth, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Rufus Norris accentuates the bleak and the brutal in an austere Macbeth, fitting for our time.

Fame (2018), King’s Theatre, Review

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A revival for its 30th anniversary since busting out its legwarmers is only right to celebrate the show that tries to recreate the passionate heartbreak of wanting Fame.

African-directed Musical Premieres in Edinburgh as Part of Black History Month

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As part of this year’s Black History Month, producer Neo Vilakazi brings an authentic representation of Africa to the UK’s stages and screens with Shona The Musical.

Cyrano de Bergerac, The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Review

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Meet the extraordinary Cyrano de Bergerac, bravest soul alive, best friend, poet, writer, musician, swordsman, philosopher.