City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

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The Unbinding, C Cubed, Review

The Unbinding

Four women accused of witchcraft are imprisoned in a cellar awaiting trial. Their situation is hopeless, their suffering excruciating and their fate inexorable.

Blue Scar, C Venues Chamber Street, Review

Blue Scar

'Blue Scar is a hip hop dance project from the proud past of the South Wales Valleys. It tells the story of how children in the Rhondda gained "Blue Scars" from playing on the mountain side.

SHIFT, Underbelly Circus Hub, Review

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Springing back into Underbelly’s Circus Hub, BMT land with a bang – or was that band?

Greyhounds, Space on the Mile, Review

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Henry V in 1941 – a very appropriate fit, you may think; and you’d be right. Time and Again Theatre Company delight with a new play that weaves Shakespeare’s classic into the fabric of WWII England.

Tom Brace: Brace Yourself (It's Magic Time!), Pleasance Courtyard, Review

It must be difficult doing magic in the internet age. The answer to so many tricks are just a Google search away.

The Journey, The Pleasance, Review

The Journey

You are offered the chance to take your partner, whom you’ve only been dating for one month, into space with you for a 37 week round trip, do you take it?

Toby Thompson: For The Record, Pleasance Courtyard - Pleasance That, Review

Toby Thompson: For The Record

Filled with records, poetic musings, and beautiful love poems, this show is like stepping into the poet’s own living room and sharing in his delight at life's mysteries.

EIF 2018 Opening Concert, Usher Hall, Review

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The Opening Concert set a very high standard with a particularly impressive Haydn’s The Creation.

A Midsummer Night's Droll, theSpace on the Mile, Review

A Midsummer Night's Droll

In 1642, Oliver Cromwell’s puritan regime closed the theatres and made acting illegal. Celebrity actors sought work in Europe. Others went back to their day jobs as skilled tradesmen.

Heroine, Assembly Hall, Review

Heroine

A world premiere as part of Made in Scotland 2018, Heroine is a intimate retelling of rape survivor Danna Davis’ story.

Vulvarine: A New Musical, Assembly George Square Studios, Review

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With their spanx, sports bras and an exceptional score at the ready, Fat Rascal Theatre are back to save the streets of EdFringe from a crime punishable by death - Misogyny!