City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Hay Fever, Lyceum Theatre, Review

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The Blisses don’t live up to their heavenly name. They are a bohemian family of four living in the relative sticks of Cookham, Berkshire so not an immediate part of the London set of the 1920s.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (2017), Edinburgh Playhouse, Review


Once again Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s hit musical makes its way around the UK for the 50th Anniversary Tour, this time with 2009’s X Factor winner Joe McElderry at its head.

La Cage Aux Folles, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review


If feathers tickle your fancy, or your fancy piece is fitted with feathers then make for the playhouse and “Open your eyes, for you have arrived at La Cage Aux Folles”.

The RSNO’s 2017:18 Season Announced

New music, more concerts and greater diversity as the RSNO celebrates the 175th anniversary of its founding organisation, the RSNO Chorus

LeithLate Announces Dates For 2017 Festival

LeithLate, that originated as a one-night event back in 2011, is still going strong 6 years later and now announces its dates for LeithLate17.

Historic Scotland Sees Annual Visitors Hit 4 Million Mark For First Time

Edinburgh Castle's Crown Square

Historic Scotland, the agency that runs many of Scotland's historic sites, has recorded an unprecedented 4 million visitors over its current financial year.

Cirque Berserk! (2017), Festival Theatre, Review


After a nationwide tour in 2016, Cirque Berserk land in Edinburgh for seven performances of their wonderful circus show.

Evita, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Evita has something reasonably rare in musical theatre - a good story and more than one memorable song.

Celebrated Theatre Artist and Educator Professor Anne Basting To Visit Edinburgh

Luminate and The Centre for Person-centred Practice Research at Queen Margaret University have announced that celebrated theatre artist and educator, Professor Anne Basting is coming to Edinburgh.

Thoroughly Modern Millie, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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Thoroughly Modern Millie is an oddball musical, with a fun and frothy sugar coating layered over a queasy-humoured centre.