City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News


Downs With Love, Assembly Roxy, Review

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It should be a given that everyone deserves to love and be loved, but society appears to be uncomfortable with this when the people involved have a disability.

Cinderella, Festival Theatre, Review

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It is not an uncommon opinion that Matthew Bourne has more than a streak of genius in him.

Mass Participation artwork PROCESSIONS takes to Edinburgh Streets this Sunday

Tens of thousands of women have already signed up to take part in this once-in-a-lifetime mass participation artwork, celebrating one hundred years since the first British women won the right to vote.

Scotland’s Makar, Jackie Kay, to present at this year’s Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland

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The annual ceremony of the Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS), that recognises the breadth of talent in Scottish theatre from directing and acting to design, technical and musical contribu

Sacred Arts at the Fringe

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Over recent years, the multi-faceted Edinburgh Fringe has gained an international reputation for stand-up comedy, recitals by up-and-coming musicians, street performances and zany student theatre.

Restored Riddle’s Court to be New Edinburgh Festival Fringe Venue

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Following a £6million restoration project, Edinburgh’s beautiful Grade A listed building, Riddle’s Court near the top of the Royal Mile, will be transformed into an Edinburgh Festival Fringe theatre v

Call to Young Creatives from Edinburgh by National Theatre of Scotland

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The National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) is marking Scotland’s Year of Young People in 2018 by staging a major radical new festival of international performing arts, Futureproof, created by young people

Baba Yaga, EICF, Traverse, Review

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‘Rules? Schmules!’ So says the resident of floor 101 of Poultry Park Apartments where she heedlessly breaks the great list of ‘No’s’ that greet those who enter its portals.

The Road That Wasn't There, EICF, Lyra, Review

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Trick of The Light and Zanetti Productions brings a haunting tale for children aged 8-13years, all the way from New Zealand.

Eddie & The Slumber Sisters, EICF, Southside Comunity Centre, Review

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Eddie & The Slumber Sisters is another cracking production from Scotland’s superlative producer of children’s theatre, Catherine Wheels.