City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


EIF 2018: Company Wayne McGregor - Autobiography, Festival Theatre, Review

A scene from Autobiography, Company Wayne McGregor (photo credit, Richard Davies)

For 25 years, Wayne McGregor has brought a refreshing, radical vision to the art of choreography and stimulate the imagination through the language of movement, music and design.

EIF 2018: Love Cycle, King's Theatre, Review


As part of the Dance programme of this year’s International Festival, L-E-V Dance Company bring sister performances of OCD Love and Love Chapter 2, performing on alternate nights at

This Is The Title, Dancebase, Review

This Is The Title

The show's notes explain how this dance represents a journey, a journey of discovery, in trying to explore new territory in dance and strip away cliché and explore personal history and the dancers rel

It’s Not Over Yet... and How to Survive the Future, Dancebase, Review

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This is a value for money show. You get two dancers presenting their own work with a short intermission between both performances – they are sympathetic and fit well together.

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.

Beyond Beauty Our Country Taiwan, Paradise in The Vault, Review

Beyond Beauty

The show is billed as a celebration of Taiwanese culture and life expressed through dance and media. And indeed it is.

Single Life, C Aquila, Review

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Dating has changed – meeting somebody and finding the love of your life now involves good internet access and keyboard skills.

Matthew Bourne's 'Highland Fling', Scottish Ballet, Festival Theatre Edinburgh, Review

James and The Sylph in Matthew Bourne's Highland Fling by Scottish Ballet

La Sylphide, first choreographed by Filippo Taglioni in 1832 for Paris Opera, shocked the ballet world with its revolutionary fantasy tale about a hopeless and fatal love affair between a human being

Northern Streams 2018 - festival of Nordic and Scottish music, song & dance

A unique festival of Nordic and Scottish music, song and dance based in Edinburgh – celebrates its 15th anniversary this month and we’ve got some very special guests.

The Phoenix and the Crow, Sweet Grassmarket, Review


Advertised as ‘a mystical tale of dark dancers, warriors, a dreamer and a poet’, Pragati Bhatia presents her first project as both writer and director.