City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Musicals


Cilla the Musical, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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There were no big surprises as the stage show follows the acclaimed T.V. series.

Grease (2017), Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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The title track of this hit show states ‘It's got groove it's got meaning’, as Grease tours with a fresh cast that don’t quite electrify but cannot be faulted for enthusiasm.

The Girl Who Jumped off the Hollywood Sign, Assembly Roxy, Review

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Musical-drama which encapsulates the struggle for stardom, behind the scenes and shining glamour of American show-business

We'll Meet Again:Vera Lynn, the Forces' Sweetheart, Space @ Surgeons Hall, Review

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"The Forces' Sweetheart" was admirably represented by Melanie Gall at Thursday night's recital. A modest attendance nonetheless appreciated this captivating performance.

Suicide the Musical, SpaceTriplex, Review

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Comprising 22 musical numbers in 50 minutes, and a one man cast, Robert S J Lucas has been extremely ambitious with this well intentioned new musical.

Buzz: A New Musical (2017), Pleasance Courtyard, Review

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Batteries charged and vocal cords lubricated, the fabulously funny, feminist musical Buzz returns to Edfringe with more vigor than before.

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

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Cameron Mackintosh is calling and he needs a new musical. The cast of Showstopper! is on hand to make one up, on the spot, with *your* suggestions.

Creatives, Pleasance Courtyard, Review

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In a ‘cast-of-Glee-does Cats’ style show, an adult learning songwriting class is competing to win a $5,000 prize, kindly donated by a famous alumni, by performing a song written by o

Frigid - A Musical Worth Melting For, Greenside Infirmary Street, Review

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Panto comes but once a year. Oh no it doesn’t!