City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Theatre


Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?, King’s Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Originally staged over 55 years ago, the stirring dissection of dysfunctional relationships and the deconstruction of self-perception is still able to grasp the attention of an audience, even if they

Made in Scotland 2017 Showcase Programme Revealed

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Today at Out of the Blue Drill Hall in Leith Made in Scotland announced its programme of music, theatre and dance for this year’s Fringe.

Glory on Earth, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Review

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A stage almost as bare as a post-reformation kirk greets the audience for ‘Glory on Earth’, while a version of Charles Trenet’s ‘La Mer’, returned to popular consciousness by the film version of ‘Tink

Out of This World, FTE, Review

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Theatre maker Mark Murphy is known for his large- scale work in Scotland from being part of Glasgow’s time as European Capital of Culture in 1990 to his recent success with the 2014 Commonwealth Games

Edinburgh International Magic Festival

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The inaugural Edinburgh International Magic Festival launched in 2010 with a distinctly comedy magic and Fringe-flavoured line-up.

For The Love of Cousins, Lioness of Leith, Review

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Emerging theatre company Blazing Hyena is new but mighty.

PASS Out 2017, Traverse Theatre, Review

PASS Out 2017

Edinburgh College’s Performing Arts Studio Scotland brings their showcase for graduate actors to the Traverse Theatre, performing a series of three cycles that deal with the subject of leaving and the

Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum heads CATS 2017 nominations

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Today sees the announcement of the 2017 Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) Awards with Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum dominating the shortlists.

Fantastic Mr Fox, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr Fox is full of fun with a simple, cheery message for children that adults would do well to heed.

Jane Eyre, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

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Charlotte Brontë’s mid Victorian Gothic novel set in her native Yorkshire created a storm in its time.