City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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Cinderella, Lyceum Theatre, Review

Through Stuart Paterson’s adaptations of classic panto fare, the Lyceum usually brings something a little more mature than the average to the Christmas season.

Saturday Night Fever, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

One of the benchmark American movies of the seventies hits the stage in this fast-moving adaptation by Nan Knighton which recreates all the original Bee Gees hits with a huge ensemble cast.

The Diary of Anne Frank, King's Theatre, Review

Of all the testimonies to spring from Nazi Europe, the Diary of Anne Frank will continue to stand as one of the most enduringly effective in bringing home the impact of that brief period’s mo

Romeo and Juliet, Royal Lyceum, Review

A strong, highly accessible and justifiably thought-provoking production of Shakespeare's most famous love play. An ideal one, too, for introducing someone to the Bard for the first time.

Grease (The Musical), Playhouse Theatre, Review

Tightly choreographed, performed with plenty energy and great fun, this latest production of the musical that first brought (parody) Rock and Roll to Broadway, pretty much delivers the goods we hav

The Hypochondriak, Royal Lyceum, Review

Sylvester McCoy, probably best known for playing the seventh Dr Who, is indulging in a little switch to the role of patient in the lead role for Hector MacMillan's translation of Moliere's Le Malad

Beltane - Interview with a Drummer

Beltane Drummers on the Acropolis Edinburgh

With its heady brew of drums, fire, theatre and pagan ritual on the top of Calton Hill, the Beltane Fire

A Description of the Beltane Ceremony Stage by Stage

Beltane 2012 May Queen and Green Man

The Beltane Fire Festival is an annual festival marking the arrival of Summer held on the top of Calton Hill.

Beltane - Interview with a Blue Man

After Hogmanay, the Beltane festival is arguably the biggest party in Edinburgh's calendar.

Tristan da Cunha Thirty Years After the Volcano

Thirty years ago daily life was rudely disturbed for the people of Edinburgh, by mysterious and frequent earthquakes that sent their crockery smashing to the ground and cracked the walls of their houses.