City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Three Sisters, Traverse Theatre, Review


Lung Ha, Scotland’s leading theatre company for people with a learning disability, highlights the humour and nihilism in a lyrical distillation of Chekhov’s Three Sisters.

Footloose (2018), King's Theatre, Review

Once again, the Bohemian Light Opera take to the King's stage with another triumph.

Edinburgh International Festival 2018 Bursting With Youth

Fergus Linehan

A free, outdoor show by Scots electronic and acoustic composer Anna Meredith (see video below) and laser and light artists 59 Productions will launch this year’s 2018

Hairspray (2018), Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Hairspray 2018 Tour

Bigotry is at the heart of John Waters’ most commercial success, Hairspray, and the message remains in its musical adaptation too.

The Play That Goes Wrong, Festival Theatre, Review


A gut-busting play-within-a-play The Play That Went Wrong brings the lights up on The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, having emerged from their, admittedly, problematic past productions

Mind Your Head, Traverse Theatre, Review


Careful - Mind Your Head. Or more importantly, mind theirs!

Nae Pasaran Film Review

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Having attended or been involved in some small way with 33 years worth of the Edinburgh International Film Festival, it is with some regret I'd never made the short hop, ski

Bingo!, Assembly Hall, Review

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It’s eyes down and look in as two of Scotland’s renowned theatre companies, Grid Iron and Stellar Quines, have teamed up to create a brand- new comedy musical set in a bingo hall.

Hello Dolly, King's Theatre, Review


Southern Light Opera Company, hailed by their president Jonathon Tait as the ‘mother of Edinburgh am-dram’, celebrates its 121st birthday this week with their first ever production of Hello Dolly.

CARMEN.maquia, Festival Theatre, Review


In CARMEN.maquia, Ballet Hispánico present two contrasting performances; first 'Línea Recta', then the titular piece 'CARMEN.maquia' which tells the story of Bizet's opera with his own dramat