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The Pearlfisher Review

Hebridean playwright Iain F MacLeod’s premiere exploring the history of Scottish Travellers also marks the last show for Lyceum Artistic Director Philip Howard, and after 11 years at the helm, it’s an anti-climactic finish.

Endgame Review

'Nothing is funnier than unhappiness' could have been written by the heretical psychoanalyst Adam Phillips. That Samuel Beckett got there fifty years ago is but one instance of his prescience.

The Car Man Review

The Car Man is one of the most exciting pieces of dance touring Britain at present. Choreographed by Mathew Bourne, who shot to fame in 1995 with his all male production of Swan Lake, The Car Man oozes sensuality, energy and eroticism.

Edinburgh Winter Festivals 2007

A look at 2007 Winter Festivals in Edinburgh...

Living Quarters Review

It's always going to be interesting when the early work of an established dramatist is revived

Belated Recognition for Composer Hans Gal

There are signs that Hans Gal, a composer who spent half his long life in Edinburgh, is gaining long overdue musical recognition.

eca's Ten Decades Retrospective at City Arts Centre

A new exhibition at the City Arts Centre is to feature the work of Edinburgh College of Art artists from the last 100 years. The free exhibition, which runs from 27th October to 19th January 2008, will feature more than 80 works spanning three gallery floors.

Edinburgh "Best Place To Live" in UK Says Channel 4 Programme

Channel 4's flagship property programme Location, Location, Location has rated Edinburgh this year's top place to live in the UK last night.

Cats Review

T.S. Eliot's poetry musicalised by Andrew Lloyd Webber is more than a hit; at twenty-five it's a theatrical landmark. The story is, as with many musicals, incidental. What the show's all about is a celebration of athletic dance, dazzling songs and energetic fun.

Edinburgh Cineworld To Start 3D Projection With Beowulf

Edinburgh Cineworld will be giving people the chance to experience new 3D technology with the release of Robert Zemeckis' quasi life-action film version of the Anglo-Saxon poem "Beowulf" on 16 November.