City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Edinburgh News

Chrysalis Festival Returns to Traverse to Showcase Emerging Talent

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Chrysalis, Scotland’s groundbreaking festival for ambitious performance by young theatre-makers launched in 2015, returns to the Traverse Theatre this November.

Rambert Dance, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Rambert Dance has the audience gripped as they pull off a storming triple bill.

Our Fathers, Traverse, Review

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The dull drone of a church organ permeates the theatre as Rob Drummond and Nicholas Bone stroll about the stage dressed in sober black suits of another century.

Scottish Parliament to Host Performance of Gary McNair’s Locker Room Talk

Locker Room Talk, the provocative piece of event theatre conceived as a response to the sexually aggressive comments made

The Real Thing, King's Theatre, Review


For a play first performed in 1982, The Real Thing is pretty much timeless. Where there is love there will be marriage, where there is art there will be passion.

Million Dollar Quartet, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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Four legends. One night. Rock ‘n’ roll history!

From the Air, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Traverse, Review

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There’s a saying that if a couple can dance together, they can do anything together.

Gilded Balloon Launches First Winter Programme In Year-Round West End Venue

This year’s Fringe saw a new Gilded Balloon venue at Edinburgh’s Rose Street in the West End.

Vision Mechanics' make successful Dragons’ lair at Drumhor

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Over 2000 audience members have already made the trip to Prestongrange to experience Dragons of Drummohr in its first two weeks, meaning a resounding success for site specific theatre makers

RSNO: Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No 1, Usher Hall, Review


Sir Roger Norrington is of the firm belief that the 1920s are to blame for the introduction of larger orchestras and a great deal of vibrato.