City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Paperwork 5, Venue 208 - Ski Club, Review

Paperwork 5,  artworks by Trevor Davies, Marion Barron, Ruth Thomas

Local artists, Marion Barron, Trevor Davies and Ruth Thomas who all met while studying at Edinburgh College of Art are collaborating in their fifth exhibition at the Festival Fringe.

The End of Eddy, The Studio, EIF Review

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Growing up ‘visibly gay’, Eddy Bellegueule - or so he was called back then - in a working-class village in France, every day was a battle to ‘be a man’.

Walk the Oars, Scottish Storytelling Centre, Review

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Danish storyteller Svend Engh joins forces with Scottish musician Neil Sutcliffe to explore the connection between their ancestors, the Vikings and the Scots, in this beautiful hour of stories, songs

EIF 2018: Des canyons aux étoiles…, Usher Hall, Review

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Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) was commissioned to write a work to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the American Declaration of Independence for 1976.

Atomic 3001, Dancebase, Review

Atomic

Now, this is radically different, a refreshing and genuine step outside the typical, an adventure or experiment in dance and a collaborative effort amongst creatives who are attempting to move beyond

Scottish Arts Club Announces 2018 Fringe Theatre Awards

The winners and this year’s Scottish Arts Club Theatre Awards were announced on 20th August.

The Hit, Summerhall, Review

The Hit

‘If the 20th century was about ideology, the 21st is about identity.’ Funded by the Wellcome Trust, Strangeface’s The Hit see’s Mikey the puppet spell out modern life to you, with particular

Who Do You Think You Are? Barbara Brownskirt., Assembly Rooms, Review

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Clad in a navy anorak, Penge’s lesbian poet has nipped up to Edinburgh to try her material out on a slightly larger audience than available the 197 bus stop.

The Basement Tapes, Summerhall, Review

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We are shut in a basement, seemingly unaccompanied by an actor, when out of the darkness comes an uncertain voice – “Hello, hello; is there anybody there?”.

Case Closed. Not, Edinburgh International Book Festival, Review

EIBF Case Closed. Not (Thomas Enger and Alex Gray)

Murder is murder whether in Oslo or Glasgow.

Falkland, The War the World Forgot, Greenside @ Nicolson Square, Review

The Falklands Conflict - Royal Marines marching across Camp to Stanley

On 2 April 1982, Argentina invaded the Falklands, the remote islands in the South Atlantic, inhabited then by 1,800 people, descended from the pioneering Scottish settlers brought there to raise sheep