City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Faure Requiem by Candlelight, St Patrick’s Church, Review

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This was an absolutely outstanding recital, which held the audience spellbound throughout.

My Name is Dorothy, Greenside @ Royal Terrace, Review

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This is the story of Dorothy Lawrence, British journalist and aspiring First World War correspondent, who slipped behind the front lines and almost out of history.

Organ Recital with Nancy Crook, Stockbridge Church, Review

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Nancy Crook returned to Stockbridge Parish Church for her annual organ recital as part of the Fringe.

That Woman!, Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor, Gilded Balloon Teviot, Review

Melissa Jobe as Wallis Simpson

This is the World Premiere of a one woman play about the American socialite for whom Edward VIII gave up the throne to be with the woman he loved.

How to Swim in Hollywood, Greenside Infirmary, Review

Alice Sylvester in How to Swim in Hollywood

The iconic painting, Beverly Hills Housewife (1967) by David Hockney is a powerful portrait of a Betty Freeman, a tanned, sculptural figure in a bright pink dress, standing on the patio of h

Gibbon, Assembly Rooms, Review

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Question: How do you fill 50 minutes with juggling and still maintain the interest of the audience? Answer: you probably can’t, unless you have something really exceptional.

The Flop, Summerhall Main Hall, Review

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Hijinx is back at the Fringe and entirely living up to their name.

South Bend, Gilded Balloon at the Museum, Review

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Martin McCormick has a problem with his teeth – he lies through them. “Trust me”, he asks the audience, all he is about to say is true.

Extinguished Things, Summerhall, Review

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After seventeen years, Molly is back living with her parents in Liverpool. (It is only temporary.) But there is not much in the way of comfort to be had there.

EIF 2018: Love Cycle, King's Theatre, Review

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As part of the Dance programme of this year’s International Festival, L-E-V Dance Company bring sister performances of OCD Love and Love Chapter 2, performing on alternate nights at

Casus: You & I, Assembly Roxy, Review

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Returning with a two man show to this year’s fringe, Jesse Scott and Lachlan McAulay from Casus Circus bring You & I to the Assembly Roxy and succeed in creating an intimate and beautiful performance.