City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News


Collaboration Between SCO and Wester Hailes Residents On Show

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A new art project reflects on life in Wester Hailes, one of Edinburgh’s more deprived areas, in sound, images, film and original musical composition.

Royal Scottish National Orchestra : Christmas Concert, Usher Hall, Review

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For an entirely different audience than a normal Friday evening at the Usher Hall, this was their annual musical and secular celebration of Christmas.

Royal Scottish National Orchestra : Søndergård Conducts The Nutcracker, Usher Hall, Review

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Prokofiev's Winter Bonfire is a rarely heard work written with children in mind and first performed in Moscow in 1950.

Kinky Boots, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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Queens rule the stage as the sparkly musical that’s anything but a drag hits the Playhouse for the holiday season.

Assembly Festival opens applications for 2019 Art Award

Assembly Festival, the multi-venue operator at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe founded in 1981, has announced the opening of applications for the 2019 Assembly Roxy Theatre (ART) Award.

New Edinburgh Festival Celebrates Robert Burns "And Beyond"

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Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning (Friday, 7th December) for a new six-day Edinburgh festival celebrating Scotland’s national bard Robert Burns.

Beauty and the Beast, King's Theatre, Review

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Welcome to Pantoland, where you don’t know if you’ve walked into Disney World or Late ‘n’ Live.

Stories of Youth for A Decade: Strange Town

Strange Town 10 Year Anniversary

Over the last 10 years, Strange Town has staged 124 productions, commissioned 98 original scripts and performed in a variety of spaces including thea

Goldilocks and The Three Bears to be King’s Theatre 2019/20 Pantomime

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As this year’s panto season starts off, King’s Theatre Edinburgh announces Goldilocks and the Three Bears as the panto for 2019/20.

Wendy and Peter Pan, Lyceum, Review

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Forget an elfin boy in green tights, forget a babysitting dog, forget Tinkerbell as a darting light and add Tom, a third Darling brother.