City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh News

Edinburgh Quartet: Dance!, Summerhall, Review


The Edinburgh Quartet were centre stage for a special work by Shostakovich.

Shackleton, Traverse Theatre, Review

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The darkened stage of Traverse One has sheeting lying apparently at random on either side of the stage. There is, of course, method in this apparent messiness.

The Wedding Singer, King's Theatre, Review

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The Wedding Singer takes us on a romp down the well-travelled, rom-com road, singing as we go.

Join an Alliance of Defiance with the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 70th Anniversary Programme

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The official 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme, which launched today, will bring shows from around the world catering for all ages and appetites to celebra

Traverse Theatre Announces 2017 Festival Programme

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This year's Traverse Theatre's Festival programme, announced today, represents a diverse range of experiences, voices and dramatic forms from eight countries.

Hans Gál’s Opera Song of the Night, The Queen's Hall, Review

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This, the third of Hans Gál's four opera was given its first performance in Breslau in 1926; several performances followed.

Nosferatu, Traverse, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Review


Nosferatu is a darkly atmospheric piece of fun brought to this year’s Edinburgh International Children’s Festival by French company Bob Theatre.

Little Red, Traverse, Edinburgh International Children’s Festival, Review

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Who’s the creature that features most as the baddie in fairy tale? The big, bad wolf of course.

RSNO Season Finale: Mahler Three, Usher Hall, Review


The final concert of the 2016/17 had just one work. Mahler's Symphony No 3 is considered the longest symphony of all.

RSNO’s transport partner host musicians’ performances on Scotland’s main railway lines

Musicians from Scotland’s national orchestra will take the train to various destinations across Scotland to perform concerts for the very young to the more mature this week and will provide fellow pas