City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

The Marilyn Conspiracy, Assembly George Square Studios, Review

The Marilyn Conspiracy

Following the post-mortem by the Deputy Medical Examiner, Dr. Thomas Noguchi, the cause of death was “probable suicide”.

To the Ocean, Symposium Hall, Review


In a tent on the grass by Symposium Hall, decorated with ivy leaves and fairy lights, BoxedIn Theatre create a world of childhood beliefs and coming of age reality.

Of Rags and Bones, The Quaker Meeting House, Review

Of Rags and Bones photo

Of Rags and Bones is a poignant and disconcerting show performed and devised by Newbury Youth Theatre.

Casanova Dreaming, Space on Niddry Street, Review


Giacomo Casanova is one of the most notorious lovers of European history, a man who’s life would not be out of place in a comic strip for the number of escapades he got up to.

The Spinners, Dancebase, Review

The Spinners

"The show is based upon the Morai, or Fates of Greek mythology: Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos.

Behind Our Skin, C Aquila, Review


Two separate journeys tell their own perspectives on life as an immigrant, where your voice, your name or your skin will, at best, label you as ‘other’ or ‘different’, and, at worst, as ‘unwelcome’.

The Tape Face Show, Pleasance Grand, Review


Five minutes into Tape Face my sister found herself up on stage with Mr. T. Face, racket in hand, trying to hit a tennis ball he swung on a string from the helmet on his head.

Jessie Cave: Sunrise, The Stand, Review


As if watching all of her doodles come to life, I sat there with wide eyes for the entirety of Jessie Cave: Sunrise, like a kid watching a puppet show.

No-One is Coming to Save You, Pleasance Bunker Two, Review

One woman, one man. Two stories told in the third person.

Toujours Et Près de Moi, Assembly Roxy, Review


Pepper’s Ghost is a 19th Century illusion that utilises projections and a two way mirror to create the illusion of apparitions.

Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Pleasance Dome, Review


Returning to Edinburgh for the first time since their sell out run in 2011, Pants on Fire presents their award winning Ovid’s Metamorphoses.