City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Mind Your Head, Traverse Theatre, Review

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Careful - Mind Your Head. Or more importantly, mind theirs!

Nae Pasaran Film Review

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Having attended or been involved in some small way with 33 years worth of the Edinburgh International Film Festival, it is with some regret I'd never made the short hop, ski

Bingo!, Assembly Hall, Review

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It’s eyes down and look in as two of Scotland’s renowned theatre companies, Grid Iron and Stellar Quines, have teamed up to create a brand- new comedy musical set in a bingo hall.

Hello Dolly, King's Theatre, Review

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Southern Light Opera Company, hailed by their president Jonathon Tait as the ‘mother of Edinburgh am-dram’, celebrates its 121st birthday this week with their first ever production of Hello Dolly.

CARMEN.maquia, Festival Theatre, Review

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In CARMEN.maquia, Ballet Hispánico present two contrasting performances; first 'Línea Recta', then the titular piece 'CARMEN.maquia' which tells the story of Bizet's opera with his own dramat

Summerhall to host its first ever festival event outwith the Fringe in June 2018

This June, Summerhall, in association with Nothing Ever Happens Here…, Synergy Concerts, National Museums Scotland, and Edinburgh International Film Festival, will hold Southern Exposure Summ

Edinburgh based early years theatre company Starcatchers take show to New York

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Scotland’s National Arts and Early Years Organisation, Starcatchers, that specialises in creating performances for babies, toddlers and young children and the adults who care for them, are creating a

Kendal Mountain Festival comes to Edinburgh

For the first time, Kendal Mountain Festival brings its Tour to Edinburgh with a night at Assembly Roxy on Wednesday 18th April 2018.

Blood Brothers, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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Knowing the ending does not spoil the telling of the story that determine who you become in class-ridden Britain.

An Evening of Solidarity at The Bedlam Theatre

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This Friday 9 March, The Edinburgh University Theatre Company presents We Need to Talk: An Evening of Solidarity a collection of anonymously submitted personal accounts of sexual assault and