City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News


Fauna, Assembly Roxy, Review

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This event is spectacular, I repeat: SPECTACULAR! I guarantee this will be one of the major hits of Edinburgh Fringe 2017.

An Arrangement of Shoes, Counting House, Review

An Arrangement of Shoes production photo

With sunshine striking the pavement outside The Counting House, one might wonder what might draw one inside, but ‘An Arrangement of Shoes’ proves an excellent diversion from the busy traffic of the Fr

Goody, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

Goody - image Boondog Theatre

Roll up, roll up for a look behind the curtain of the travelling show.

From Dust, Gilded Ballon Teviot, Review

From Dust - 2017

It is important to say that this story of grief is not a groundbreaking one. It is also not a love story unlike any other.

Knock Knock, C Primo, Review

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Knock Knock is the story of one mother and her only son in a country where National Service is compulsory, and a career in the army is inevitable.

Body Form on the Landform

Casus Circus

Australian company Casus Circus take shape before the start of the Fringe.

The Attic Collective brings Brecht to King’s stage this September

The Festival and King’s Theatres' recently formed youth company, The Attic Collective, will bring Bertolt Brecht’s subversive tale of lovers, beggars and thieves, The Threepenny Opera with it

"Butterfly" Pavilion Wins £25m Princes Street Garden Design Competition

wHY - Ross Theatre Design Competition winner

US-based design practice wHY have won the £25m Ross Pavilion International Design Competition to replace the Ross Theatre and reconfigure the surrounding area in

The Street's a Stage

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Self-proclaimed rogue Matthew Valentine entertains a small crowd on Edinburgh's Royal Mile by fitting himself through a tennis racket.

He gave a good show, even having a child win a £10 note.

Monster Plant About To Bloom With Putrid Smell

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RGBE) is getting ready for an almighty whiff of decomposing flesh as its super smelly