City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Dance


Rambert Dance, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Rambert Dance has the audience gripped as they pull off a storming triple bill.

Scottish Ballet: Stravinsky, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

Andrew Peasgood and Constance Devernay in The Fairy's Kiss by Sir Kenneth MacMillan (photo credit, Andy Ross)

This brilliantly conceived programme pairs two contrasting ballets featuring Stravinsky scores, in which each dramatic narrative shares a similar subtext where a femme fatale predator aims to disturb

Tap Factory, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

There’s eight men with a few set-piece skills and it’s got to be tricky to knit this together into a seamless evening’s entertainment without turning it into a variety show composed of little variety.

Richard Alston Dance Company, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

Tonight’s performance opens with a personal appearance from Richard Alston himself, introducing a youth dance company he’d spotted at the U Dance Festival, in Birmingham, earlier this year.

COAL, Traverse Theatre, Review

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In the programme notes for Coal Yorkshire born dance artist and choreographer, Gary Clarke says, “It’s not meant to be a political show, nor is it meant to be provocative.” Nothing could be

Scotland's creative ageing festival Luminate is five and going strong!

Luminate was created to address the issue of improving the quality of life of our ageing population.

Edinburgh International Festival Ends 70th In Robust Form

Virgin Money Fireworks concert 2017 by Beth Chalmers

It opened with a Bloom and ended with a familar “Boom!”.

Here Comes Trouble, Dance Base, Review

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Up, two, three, four, five, six, seven… Leap, two, three, four, five, six, seven… Kiera Martin begins her tale donning a feis competition dress half-unzipped and a bright blonde curly wig slightly awr

Creature, C South, Review

Creature

This is an extraordinary show, dance given another dimension, the physicality taken to another level. An aerial show implies tricks and 'daring performance'.

EIF 2017: Rain, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

Rosas company, Rain, EIF

First staged in 2001, “Rain,” choreographed by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker is now a signature work for Rosas, her contemporary dance company.