City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Traverse Theatre announces Two New Creative Appointments

The Traverse Theatre announces the appointments for 2018 of two Glasgow based new creatives, that see the theatre continue to support and champion woman writers in developing a piece of work from firs

Twelve Twelve Double Bill, Wee Red Bar, Review


Edinburgh-based Twelve Twelve Theatre is a new company with a big ambition. During 2018, they plan to write, produce and stage twelve new plays in twelve months (hence the name, presumably).

Royal Scottish National Orchestra: Elgar One, Usher Hall, Review

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The concert began with Benjamin Britten's An American Overture. You wouldn't be the only one not to have heard of it.

549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War, Prestonpans Town Hall, Review

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Just over 80 years since the start of the Spanish Civil War, Glasgow based theatre company Wonder Fools commemorate the 549 Scots who travelled there to join the International Brigade and show solidar

Company, Aberdeen Arts Centre, Review

Company - Arts Centre

Join West End stars Ashleigh Gray and Oliver Savile for an evening of good company in the understated Aberdeen Arts Centre this week.

Vichy Goings-On, Assembly Roxy, Review

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Glasgow 1948; out of the dockside shadows steps Ogilvie. He has a tale to tell of terrible, wonderful things that he has done.

A Night At The Theatre, Traverse Theatre, Review

"Vanishing Point"

A raucous night of melody and macabre, this blend of cabaret, spoken word, and music rings out its unholy message, “We’re all going to hell anyway, so let’s have a rare ol’ time.”

Fame, Church Hill Theatre, Review


This class of '84 is something special!

White Rabbit Red Rabbit, Assembly Roxy, Review

Nassim Soleimanpour, Writer of White Rabbit

How does one review a play that must be kept a secret?

Musical version of Bill Forsyth’s much loved Local Hero to be staged in 2019

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This year’s Spring has yet to appear in Edinburgh, but The Royal Lyceum Theatre and London’s Old Vic are already looking ahead to 2019 with a joint re-envisioning as a musical of the hit 1983 film fro