Theatre

A development of Bunny’s show No Idea from 10 years ago, this new incarnation Still No Idea, keeps to its basis of mixing verbati

"I am a camera with its shutter open, quite passive, recording, not thinking." Christopher Isherwood, “A Berlin Diary, 1930”

Twenty-five years ago, The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert burst into our cinemas.

William Friedkin’s 1973 Academy Award-winning film adaption of William Peter Blatty's 1971 critically acclaimed novel electrified audiences and gai

A delightfully quirky take on human evolution in the face of environmental change, this is an entertaining and offbeat piece.

This is a biographical homage to the Oscar winning cinematographer, Jack Cardiff who died, aged 94, ten years ago.

The history behind the writing of this play is particularly fascinating but heart-breaking – based on a chance encounter, writer Frances Poet has t

“Give yourself over to absolute pleasure”, declares the tantalising Dr Frank’N’Furter – and Edinburgh was ready to envelop itself in Richard O’Brie

From its high-energy beginning to its heart-warming ending, Barber Shop Chronicles is a wonderfully rich journey through the worlds of the

Edinburgh's MagicFest marks its 10th year over the festive period with a few new innovations.