City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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RSNO: Scheherazade, Usher Hall, Review

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The concert opened with the bright and cheerful Suite from Les biches. Poulenc was 24 when he wrote the ballet score Les biches for Diaghilev and at a stage in his life when he was high spirited.

Reflections of a Constant Monk, Scottish Storytelling Centre, Review

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A mixture of parables, poetry, and music, Reflections of a Constant Monk is, at best, abstract and imaginative and, at worst, aimlessly frenetic.

Scottish Opera’s La Traviata, Festival Theatre, Review

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With the autumn leaves falling we quickly gathered that Violetta had not been well but was now able to throw a party.

Cabaret (2017), Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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With such a stellar cast, why would you not come to the ‘Cabaret’

Festival City Theatre Trust joins forces with Queen Margaret University to Enhance Cultural Sector

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Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and the Festival City Theatres Trust, who manage the King’s and Festival Theatres and the Studio at Potterrow, have signed an agreement which will lead to a wide v

Light Night Switches on Christmas 2017

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Light Night is the traditional start to Edinburgh’s Christmas celebrations and has become o

Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group (EGTG) announces 2018 productions

Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group (EGTG) has been putting on theatre productions in Edinburgh for over 60 years and has established its place as one of the city’s most respected amateur companies gaini

Storytelling Centre Showcases St Andrew's Story in Cultural Diversity Celebration

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Beginning with St Andrew’s Day and running through to Burns Night, the Scottish Storytelling Centre in association with Scotland’s Winter Festivals ente

Edinburgh Royal Choral Union Armistice Day Concert, Greyfriars Kirk, Review

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It is not surprising the the Edinburgh Royal Choral Union can pack Greyfriars Kirk for their concerts. On this occasion it fell on Armistice Day and that was the title of the event.

RSNO: Shostakovich Twelve, Usher Hall, Review

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The concert began with the world premiere of a short work entitled Zulu composed by one of the five participants in the second annual Royal Scottish National Orchestra Composers' Hub earlier this year