City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh News

Casting Announced for Disney's The Lion King at the Edinburgh Playhouse

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The principal company for Disney's The Lion King has been announced, making their home here in Edinburgh at the Playhouse starting in December.

25 and Live, Festival Theatre, Review


“Everyone is an artist. Everyone is an expert of their own experiences,” recites Saskia Ashdown, co-host of 25 and Live, Festival Theatre’s Big Birthday Show.

Royal Scottish National Orchestra : Søndergård Conducts Belshazzar's Feast, Usher Hall, Review

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This was the concert to celebrate the end of Thomas Søndergård's first season as Music Director. It filled all the boxes, and proved to be a very fine evening.

Edinburgh Film Festival Unveils 2019 Line-up

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The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) has launched its annual programme of around 121 feature films taking place from the 19th to 30th June.

The Last Five Years, Pleasance Theatre, Review


The emerging Bossy Belters have chosen The Last Five Years as their debut production. The heart-wrenching musical examines a relationship spanning half a decade.

Avenue Q, King's Theatre, Review


So, you’ve got that BA in English, but what now?

The Reid Consort: Patchwork Requiem, St Mary’s Cathedral, Review

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The few words of introduction by the conductor, Cole Bendall, were particularly helpful in describing what the high-flying Reid Consort had planned for us.

Assembly Festival Full Programme Launched for 2019

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Running from July 31- August 26, Assembly Festival is delighted to announce the launch of its new programme for 2019, bursting with big names, exceptional performances, ground-breaking new work, home-

The Duchess of Malfi, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Review


“Why do men feel threatened by women?” Margaret Atwood once asked a male friend, his response being, “They’re afraid women will laugh at them, undercut their world view.” She asked a group of female s

Lost At Sea, King's Theatre, Review


“Fight. Survive.” It’s not an uncommon mantra for fishing communities like the one brought to life with Lost at Sea.

Monkey Barrel Comedy Announces 2019 Fringe Programme

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Monkey Barrel Comedy has announced their 2019 Fringe Festival programme, with over 50 acts performing across five spaces in their newly-expanded venue.