City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland


Edinburgh International Festival 2018 Bursting With Youth

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A free, outdoor show by Scots electronic and acoustic composer Anna Meredith (see video below) and laser and light artists 59 Productions will launch this year’s 2018

The Play That Goes Wrong, Festival Theatre, Review


A gut-busting play-within-a-play The Play That Went Wrong brings the lights up on The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society, having emerged from their, admittedly, problematic past productions

Mind Your Head, Traverse Theatre, Review


Careful - Mind Your Head. Or more importantly, mind theirs!

Bingo!, Assembly Hall, Review

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It’s eyes down and look in as two of Scotland’s renowned theatre companies, Grid Iron and Stellar Quines, have teamed up to create a brand- new comedy musical set in a bingo hall.

Hello Dolly, King's Theatre, Review


Southern Light Opera Company, hailed by their president Jonathon Tait as the ‘mother of Edinburgh am-dram’, celebrates its 121st birthday this week with their first ever production of Hello Dolly.

Capital Theatres is new name for Festival City Theatres Trust

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From Thursday 1 March, Scotland’s largest independent theatre organisation, Festival City Theatres Trust, is changing its name to Capital Theatres.

Renewed Funding Pledged for Dementia Friendly Communities in Edinburgh Theatres

The Life Changes Trust, established in 2013 with a Lottery endowment to support improvements in the quality of life and inclusion of people affected by dementia and young people with experience of bei

Wildfire Theatre Begins Pioneering Programme at Traverse

Wildfire Theatre has landed and they’re on a mission.

Cirque Berserk, Festival Theatre, Review


Ladies and gentlemen, roll up! Roll up! Come and witness as the Cirque Berserk troupe unpack all of the ‘Big Top’ necessities onto the Festival Theatre stage.

Edinburgh International Children’s Festival includes new show from Catherine Wheels and National Theatre of Scotland

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A co-production from award winning Lothian based children’s theatre company Catherine Wheels and the National Theatre of Scotland, that begins a tour of Scotland early May, will form part of this year