City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Theatre


An Officer and a Gentleman, Edinburgh Playhouse, Review

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Finding it’s balance in the wake of the 1982 film, a brand new version of An Officer and a Gentleman sweeps onto the Playhouse stage and makes our heat wave even hotter.

Scottish Dairy Firm Rowan Glen Renews Sponsorship of Edinburgh’s King’s Theatre Panto

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Capital Theatres today announced the return of Galloway firm, Rowan Glen, one of Scotland’s favourite dairy brands, as the official sponsor of the King’s Theatre Edinburgh pantomime.

Edinburgh Theatre Arts to Reprise Broadway Comedy for the 2018 Fringe

Following their success in 2016 with Lucy Prebble’s Enron, and in 2017 with Alan Ayckbourn’s Improbable Fiction, renowned Edinburgh amateur theatre company, Edinburgh Theatre Arts (E

Good Grief! - Death comes to the Fringe

This year, the charity-run initiative Death on the Fringe, that aims to get us talking about the one thing that faces us all, returns for its fifth year to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Edinburgh based theatre company Tortoise in a Nutshell makes welcome return to 2018 Fringe

This August, Edinburgh based visual theatre company Tortoise in a Nutshell returns to the Fringe with their 2015 Imaginate commissioned show The Lost Things.

Drama At The Dockers, Leith Dockers Club, Review

Citadel Arts Group brings a triple-bill entitled Drama At The Dockers, performing for the ninth consecutive year at the lively, community-focused Leith Festival.

Two New Awards Announced to Support Theatre for Social Change in 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

The SIT-UP Awards are new to this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe and are launched by Fringe patron and philanthropist, David Graham.

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

Edinburgh’s Lyceum Co-production of Anti-fascist Play Tops 2018 CATS

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A new version by Zinnie Harris of Eugène Ionesco’s absurdist classic, Rhinoceros, that responded to the rise of fascism and Nazism in Europe, has topped the 2018 Critics’ Awards for Theatre i

Downs With Love, Assembly Roxy, Review

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It should be a given that everyone deserves to love and be loved, but society appears to be uncomfortable with this when the people involved have a disability.