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A Few Good Men, Assembly Roxy, Review

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The 1990s courtroom movie A Few Good Men was a chance for Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore and others to get their teeth into the meatiest of roles.

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.

Still Game 2 Live: Bon Voyage, SSE Hydro, Review

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Jack and Victor and their Craiglang pals are back and their hordes of fans are flowing like many tributaries feeding the giant sea that is Glasgow’s colossal venue, the Hydro, to see them.

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.

RSNO The Lark Ascending, Usher Hall, Review

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This was the night that the Royal Scottish National Orchestra's Principal Flute of many years, Katherine Bryan, was front of stage - not just for one work but two.

10 Years: manipulate Animation Programme 2, Traverse Theatre, Review


In celebration of manipulate’s 10th anniversary, the best animated shorts shown at the Festival over the last decade have been rescreened this week in two separate programmes.

Touch Me, manipulate Festival 2017, Traverse, review


This intense, claustrophobic visual theatre piece is from the Belgian company Sandman and is one of the extraordinary European premieres that the manipulate Festival should be most proud of.

Make a Hoo, manipulate Festival 2017, Traverse, review

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It’s a part of the human condition to want to connect beyond oneself – to call out from our own small corner in the hope of a returning ‘cooee’ or in this case a ‘hoo’ to know you’re not just whistlin

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.