City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Tap Factory, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

There’s eight men with a few set-piece skills and it’s got to be tricky to knit this together into a seamless evening’s entertainment without turning it into a variety show composed of little variety.

Screen version of NTS’ Rocket Post to tour with the Screen Machine

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The National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) announces a first -time partnership with the Screen Machine which will see the NTS’ latest production, Rocket Post, appearing on the big screen and tour

Richard Alston Dance Company, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

Tonight’s performance opens with a personal appearance from Richard Alston himself, introducing a youth dance company he’d spotted at the U Dance Festival, in Birmingham, earlier this year.

Cilla the Musical, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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There were no big surprises as the stage show follows the acclaimed T.V. series.

What Shadows, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Review

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Peter Pan needed to have his shadow sewn back on. Chris Hannan takes the notion of our shadow selves and runs with it in his stylishly thought-provoking ‘What Shadows’.

Black Dingo Productions launches The Annexe Arts Hub in Edinburgh

On the 30th of September 2017, Black Dingo Productions launch an arts hub in Merchant Street in Edinburgh’s Old Town called Annexe Arts that’s focused on dealing with practical and theatrical arts for

The Threepenny Opera, King’s Theatre, Review

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Bertolt Brecht’s The Threepenny Opera, based on John Gay’s 18th century The Beggar’s Opera, opened in Berlin in 1928.

COAL, Traverse Theatre, Review

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In the programme notes for Coal Yorkshire born dance artist and choreographer, Gary Clarke says, “It’s not meant to be a political show, nor is it meant to be provocative.” Nothing could be

Scotland's creative ageing festival Luminate is five and going strong!

Luminate was created to address the issue of improving the quality of life of our ageing population.

Grease (2017), Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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The title track of this hit show states ‘It's got groove it's got meaning’, as Grease tours with a fresh cast that don’t quite electrify but cannot be faulted for enthusiasm.