City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Doctor Johnson Goes to Scotland, Traverse Theatre, Review

Doctor Johnson Goes to Scotland by Leslie Black

‘Doctor Johnson Goes to Scotland’ is a fairly self-explanatory piece of titling, and, as they say, it does what it says on the tin, although perhaps a little too much.

Nordic Fiddlers Bloc, Traverse Theatre, Review

Formed in 2009, Nordic Fiddlers Bloc have spent the time since developing a unique melding of distinctive playing traditions which also allows each of these its deserved place.

Lung Ha Theatre Company winners of Great Scot Best National Lottery Project

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At an event on Saturday 29 October, Edinburgh based theatre company Lung Ha was awarded the prestigious Great Scot Award.

Hidden Door Festival To Revitalise Leith Citadel Theatre

AC/DC lead guitarist Angus Young strutted along its balcony.

Edinburgh Theatre Company’s EU Collaboration Finds Fusion Despite Brexit Woes

Fisk - Tortoise in a Nutshell

Tortoise in a Nutshell – an Edinburgh based theatre company – opened their latest work, Fisk, at Teater Katapult, Aarhus, Denmark last week ahead of a

Owen & Olly's Beastly Bash, Usher Hall, Review

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It’s a hundred years since the phizz-whizzing Roald Dahl was born and Owen & Olly’s Beastly Bash celebrates with a scrumdiddlyumptious children’s classical concert full of Revolting Rhymes an

Edinburgh Born Woman to be New Artistic Director of the National Theatre of Scotland

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Jackie Wylie, one of the UK’s leading creative producers, has been appointed as the new Artistic Director of the National Theatre of Scotland, a post she will take up in Spring 2017.

Jumpy (2016), Lyceum, Review

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Based on her own personal experience, April De Angelis’ play Jumpy deals primarily with an anxious pre-menopausal mother Hilary (Pauline Knowles), her lippy and sexually precocious teenage da

Bright Colours Only, Summerhall, Review

Pauline Goldsmith offers tea and sympathy.

How you handle death really depends on your age, or, more accurately, how many funerals you have attended.