City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


The Last Ship, Festival Theatre, Review

by Pamela Raith

Sea shanties and Celtic folk orchestrate Sting’s inspiring debut musical, The Last Ship, which sings the plight of the working class of Newcastle upon Tyne during the end of the region’s shi

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


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

How to Win Against History, Assembly George Square Gardens, Review

How to Win Against History - Aine Flanagan Productions and Seiriol Davies

It’s the theatrical experience Henry Cyril Paget, 5th Marquess of Anglesey would have hope for. An ornate stage, colourful lighting and, most of all, an appreciative audience.

Stop, C South, Review


Challenging theme makes a point.

Peter Pan, Greenside @ Nicolson Square, Review

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No flies on this Peter Pan, but plenty else to admire.

Just Like the Movies, Greenside @ Infirmary Street, Review

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Despite coming from across the water, Kingdom Theatre Company return to the Fringe with another dance themed production set in Leith.

One Good Soul, Greenside Infirmary Street, Review

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This cracking show leaves lasting impression.

Forgive Us, Oh Father!, Space @ Venue 45, Review

Forgive us, Oh Father! - Chevron Theatre

Forgive us, Oh Father, for we have sinned
We’ll say our Hail Mary
Because the Holy Ghost is scary
Everybody wins if you forgive our sin.

When You Improv on a Star, Gilded Balloon Teviot, Review


As the title suggests, When you Improv on a Star is what you expect; a Disney musical, based purely on audience input.