City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News


The Great Hipster Songbook, The Jazz Bar, Review

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With the range of Frankie Valli and the smoothness of Sinatra, Angus Munro has a voice I could listen to for hours.

EIF 2017: Trio Zimmerman, The Queen's Hall, Review

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The Queen's Hall was full to capacity, and the performance commenced on time at 11.00am.

The Girl Who Jumped off the Hollywood Sign, Assembly Roxy, Review

Joanne Hartstone in The Girl Who Jumped off the Hollywood Sign

Musical-drama which encapsulates the struggle for stardom, behind the scenes and shining glamour of American show-business

EIBF 2017: Visions of the Future: Scotland, Edinburgh International Book Festival

This event proved one of the most stimulating and thought provoking this reviewer has thus far attended at the 2017 Edinburgh International Book Festival.

DollyWould, Summerhall, Review

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Rebecca Biscuit and Louise Mothersole, who are sh!

Wrong Tree Adventures: Solstice, Lauriston Halls, Review

Solstice - Wrong Tree Adventures

When a hooded man is hanged for a three-fold murder, this is not the end of the story but its beginning.

We'll Meet Again:Vera Lynn, the Forces' Sweetheart, Space @ Surgeons Hall, Review

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"The Forces' Sweetheart" was admirably represented by Melanie Gall at Thursday night's recital. A modest attendance nonetheless appreciated this captivating performance.

Sad Little Man, Paradise in the Vault, Review

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Sad Little Man is one of those things you go into unprepared, then it turns around and knocks you for six. This play hurts.

How to Win Against History, Assembly George Square Gardens, Review

How to Win Against History - Aine Flanagan Productions and Seiriol Davies

It’s the theatrical experience Henry Cyril Paget, 5th Marquess of Anglesey would have hope for. An ornate stage, colourful lighting and, most of all, an appreciative audience.

Sylvia Plath, Your Words are Just Dust, Greenside at Nicolson Square, Review

Alice Sylvester as Sylvia Plath

“Can you understand? Someone, somewhere, can you understand me a little, love me a little? For all my despair, I love life.”