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Sledgeloads of Fun in Edinburgh’s Santa Land This Christmas!

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The shows are here! That was a cry that always echoed great excitement among youngsters.

A Tale of Two Cities (2016), King's Theatre, Review


A Tale of Two Cities was Dicken’s favourite of his creations and one of which he was immensely proud, and it is easy to see why.

The Man Who Followed His Legs (and Kept On Walking), The Studio at the Festival Theatre, Review

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The world has only been at peace for about 8% of its recorded history.

Grain in the Blood, Traverse, Review

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Pagan rituals impact on the modern world in this tense drama from writer and Traverse Associate Artist Rob Drummond.

Hidden Door Festival To Revitalise Leith Citadel Theatre

AC/DC lead guitarist Angus Young strutted along its balcony.

Jumpy (2016), Lyceum, Review

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Based on her own personal experience, April De Angelis’ play Jumpy deals primarily with an anxious pre-menopausal mother Hilary (Pauline Knowles), her lippy and sexually precocious teenage da

Botanics Offers Frights as well as Light (One Night Only)

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The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is adding an extra Halloween "fright night" on Monday 31st October for its popular Botanic Lights after-dark

The Mousetrap (2016), King's Theatre, Review

Once again, Agatha Christie’s beloved mystery play is back on an Edinburgh stage – this time to celebrate its record breaking 60th anniversary.

Botanic Lights 2016, Royal Botanic Garden, Review

George Forrest appears in hologram form at the Chinese Hillside (courtesy RBGE & Unique Events)

As the skyline darkens, strange sounds and glimmering lights come from the Royal Botanic Garden.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2016), Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review


Gently-men of Edinburgh, prepare your sweet tooth and hide your children as Caractacus Potts and his family return for another high flying, far-a-floating adventure to Vulgaria with everyone's favouri

The Suppliant Women, Lyceum Theatre, Review

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How appropriate that a play first performed in Athens around 470 BC should be revived (nay, resurrected!) nearly 2500 years later in our capital city of Edinburgh, known as Athens of the North.