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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015 – Momentum Venues

Momentum Venues presents such a varied array of shows that one would be hard pressed to find a reason not to venture down Howe Street to their hub at St Stephen’s Centre. Confronting the task...

Edinburgh Outdoor activities programme – last chance to book!

SUMMER ACTIVITIES PROGRAMME - LIMITED PLACES UP FOR GRABS The City of Edinburgh Council is running a summer programme designed to give young people in Edinburgh a safe and enjoyable introduction to an exciting range...

The launch of new children’s play adaptation of “Treasure Island”

Merchiston Publishing launched a play by Lynn Brittney, "Treasure Island", yesterday. The adaptation of the classic by Robert Louis Stevenson is aimed at children between the ages of nine and twelve and contains illustrations from local primary school children. The...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: The Cherry Orchard (****)

Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard  adapted for Theatre Alba by Jo Clifford, is a very good serious play which had an added dimension as this production was staged outdoors.There are of course risks associated with...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: The Presentment (***)

This heavyweight ecclesiastical play deals with the political 'hot potato' of gay priests being active in the church. It shows how the younger generation have become more accepting of such a change but the...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: David Leddy’s ‘Untitled Love Story’ (***)

This meditative theatre offering will leave you spaced out and yogic types will love it.This was a production of high quality although it was one that the reviewer could not seem to connect with....

Review: Dunsinane – A Contemporary Play set in an Historical Context (*****)

Dunsinane, which runs at the Royal Lyceum Theatre until 4th June 2011, is an extremely well produced National Theatre of Scotland contemporary play. In the view of this reviewer it should not be missed!This...

The Hard Man at The King’s 31 March to 9 April

Celebrated Scots stage and screen star Alex Ferns, who chillingly portrayed one of television’s most hated villains, Trevor Morgan in Eastenders, is set to play the part of Johnnie Byrne in a major revival...


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