City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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This Is Yorkshire, Space on the Mile, Review


In a new play inspired by the 2007 film This is England, Georgian Theatre Royal Youth bring a new play This Is Yorkshire to the fringe festival with the help of the legacy left by Br

Roman Candle, Greenside @ Infirmary Street, Review

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There are other things Angie would rather be doing, but “it’s fine”. Until the day it isn’t.

EIF 2018 Colburn Orchestra, Usher Hall, Review

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Situated in downtown Los Angeles, Colburn School has four divisions: the Conservatory of Music, the Music Academy, Community School of Performing Arts, and Dance Academy.

A Necessary Woman, Apex Grassmarket Hotel, Review

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Kent based theatre company Clair/Obscur, an anglicised version of Italian chiaroscuro that describes the effect of light and shade in art, have more than lived up to its name with their produ

Mistero Buffo, Underbelly Cowgate, Review

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“Gather round, people! hear ye! The jongleur is here! I am going to play a satire for you.

Shackleton's Stowaway, theSpace@Surgeon's Hall, Review

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The chilling words of an advertisement, allegedly published in The Times by Shackleton to recruit men for his Endurance expedition the Antarctic.

Salon Mika On Bare Feet Street

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The Edinburgh Fringe can be a hard mistress/master. And after the initial exhilaration of the first week, the hard and bitter challenge of this entertainment industry cage fight can begin to bite.

Elise, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

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Although the legendary Poet Allen Ginsberg called the Beat Generation a “Boy Gang”, they were surrounded by a coterie of intelligent, inspirational female friends, lovers, wives: Carolyn Cassady, Joy

EIF 2018: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Usher Hall, Review


Works from three of the world’s greatest ever composers: the programme for tonight’s concert was tantalising – and the CBSO did not disappoint.

Loud and Proud on the Fringe, St Cuthbert’s, Review


Scotland's LGBT choir, Loud and Proud, gave us a performance of some fifteen songs, all adapted by the group, at this entertaining performance in support of Waverley Care, Scotland’s HIV and Hepatitis

All(most) Bach and Chopin, St Andrew’s & St George’s West, Review


One of the best things about performances at the Edinburgh Fringe, is that there is always something that comes up that’s a little bit different.