City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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The Erpingham Camp, Greenside Nicolson Square, Fringe Review

Erpingham Camp cast 2.jpg

In the 1980s, the TV sitcom Hi-de-Hi, set in a 1960s holiday camp run by yellow coats with all its behind the scene shenanigans, was riding high in the popularity charts.

Edinburgh Book Festival: Duncan Hamilton, "Eric Liddell: True Sporting Hero", Review

Duncan Hamilton has won the 'William Hill Sports Book writer of the Year Award' twice.

EIF 2016: Emerson String Quartet, Queen's Hall, Review

Emerson String Quartet together

Every morning during the Edinburgh International Festival the Queen’s Hall is the focal point for chamber music concerts and the artists performing in this morning’s concert

Radio Active, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

Radio Active cast

The award winning BBC Radio 4 series may have gone to bed in the 80s but it has risen thirty years on as fresh as a daisy.

Red and the Wolf, Greenside Nicholson Square, Review

This retelling of a classic fairy tale is not what it seems.

Macbeth, C Venues Chamber Street, Review

Dubbed as Shakespeare meets American serial drama Empire, TWIST theatre company transport 1600s Kings and clans Macbeth to modern London's music moguls and CEOs, whilst retaining the core message - po

Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again., Traverse Theatre, Review


Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. is a searing, raging account of the positioning of women in the world and the issues that regretfully persist, despite this being the 21st Century.

Edinburgh International Festival, Scottish Ballet, Review

Scottish Ballet in Emergence by Crystal Pite

One of the most innovative French choreographers, Angelin Preljocaj is renowned for the range of his work from classic narrative ballets to experimental concepts in movement, inspired by Merce Cunning

Immortal, Greenside @ Infirmary Street, Review

Immortal - GreanTea Productions

The air is filled with the drone of heavy aircraft engines, punctuated by radio comms chatter as bomber pilots try to avoid being caught like a fly in a net of searchlights and flack.

EIF 2016: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs, The Hub, Review

Alan Cumming -- Photo Credit: Mihaela Bodlovic

Was there ever a more unlikely star than Alan Cumming? The Dundee lad became the toast of Broadway, a Bond henchman and Eli Gold, the Mr Fixit in seven seasons of TV’s The Good Wife.