City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Guys and Dolls, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Guys - find your fedoras, and dolls - get your garters out, as Frank Loessers bold and brash adaptation hits the Edinburgh leg of its tour.

Citadel Arts Group brings Double Bill about Doctors and Dockers to Leith Festival

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For the 7th year running, Citadel Arts Group is part of the annual Leith Festival with plays inspired by local stories and memories.

Edinburgh International Festival 2016 Begins and Ends at Castle

Fergus Linehan launches EIF 2016 program

A large scale, digitally animated light show projected onto Edinburgh Castle battlements, and set to a soundtrack compiled by Scottish rock band Mogwai, will take

Scientist Chris Rapley Puts Climate Change Centre Stage

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Chris Rapley, Professor of Climate Science at the University College of London, was awarded the

The Rocky Horror Show (2016), Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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The world’s favourite transvestite show returns to the Edinburgh Playhouse after only three short years away, becko

Royal Lyceum Will Go To Wonderland For Christmas 2016

The Royal Lyceum Theatre Company will be staging Lewis Carroll's classic, children's tale Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as its Christmas show this winter.

More Fringe Promoters To Try "Pay What You Want"

C Venues is the latest Fringe promoter to announce a "pay what you want" venue at this year's Edinburgh Fringe.

Hairspray (2016), Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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Hairspray lifts and holds a crowded Playhouse audience in a full-bodied production that is full of bounce.

Celebrate International Women’s Day at the Festival Theatre

To mark this year’s International Women’s Day, the Festival Theatre announces it is hosting of a day of talks and performances from a group of prominent wo

James I and James II (2016), Festival Theatre, Review

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Rona Munro’s trilogy of plays featuring the first three of Scotland’s kings to be named James offers a rare meditation on kingship, family and loyalty.