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Stars booked for Brunton from September

The Rezillos, Big Country and Barbara Dickson (pictured) plus Ralph McTell and Les McEwan's Bay City Rollers some of the live acts booked for The Brunton from September to January. And the varied programme, which...

Festival Theatre : Macbeth****

If you met three strange women on a blasted heath, and those three women told you that you would be king, you’d probably think you’d had one too many on the way home.  But...

Theatre preview – Something Wicked Comes this Way Nearer – ‘The Scottish Play’

Sleep no more…The ruined aftermath of a bloody civil war.  Ruthlessly fighting to survive, the Macbeths are thrust towards the crown by forces of elemental darkness.Festival Theatre Edinburgh has announced confirmation of casting for the...

At The Festival Theatre – Macbeth

'The Scottish Play’ will visit The Festival Theatre from 23-27 October 2018.  Rufus Norris, artistic Director of The Royal National Theatre has crafted a new adaptation of - shush now! Macbeth.'Sleep no more…' The ruined...

Theatre – This House, Festival Theatre ****

 A week is a long time in politics: an adage that needs qualifying with the ever prescient caveat - the weak do not remain a long time in politics.Clearly written in 2016 for its...

Theatre preview – War Horse returns

WAR HORSE Festival Theatre Edinburgh Wed 18 Apr – Sat 12 May 2018The Festival Theatre Edinburgh is delighted to welcome back the National Theatre’s acclaimed production of War Horse for a three-week run following its sell-out...

Theatre – ‘The Scottish Play’ comes to The Festival Theatre

Blood will have blood, they say...blood will have blood!The National Theatre brings Rufus Norris's new production of Macbeth to The Festival Theatre this Autumn, 23-27 October.Following its sold-out London run, the National Theatre will tour...

Theatre review: Jane Eyre – Festival Theatre *****

Charlotte Brontë's Yorkshire Grit lit, Jane Eyre, was more than just a conscience pricking social critique of  class and gender injustice. Its humane realism and decidedly tenacious female protagonist/narrator also promised Gothic-lite, on the...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Love Letters to the Public Transport System

"Love Letters To The Public Transport System" Edinburgh Festival Fringe Show All the world's a bus: Molly Taylor aboard a bus in Edinburgh to launch her Edinburgh Festival Fringe show "Love Letters To The Public...


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