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What’s On In Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 26 MAY 2014Looking Glass Books - First Time Solo; Iain Maloney launches his debut novel, the story of four RAF men preparing for war 'in a world where moral absolutes are being discarded...

Edinburgh International Science Festival – Mini Maker Faire

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Edinburgh International Science Festival presents the 2nd Edinburgh Mini Maker Faire this Easter Sunday. After a tremendously successful initial outing at Science Festival 2013 which saw more than 3000 visitors attend, it’s back for 2014 - this time bigger,...

Tonight: Alchemy Film Festival Preview at Summerhall

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Film lovers suffering from post-Oscar depression need not fret, as the film year starts once again with this year's preview of the Alchemy Film Festival taking place in Edinburgh tonight. Famous for embracing experimental...

Five things you need to know today

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Edinburgh is certified a Fair Trade city - Edinburgh shops buck national trend - Nuisance calls campaign - The Soundhouse -  STV Edinburgh It is official. Edinburgh has been designated as a Fair Trade City,...

85a Collective comes to Summerhall

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Glasgow-based group 85a is ready to make its Edinburgh debut at Summerhall next month.The sound, art and performance collective will stage elaborate happenings which are part art installation and part theatrical event, with elements...

Theatre Uncut hosting evening of Political Theatre at Summerhall

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Theatre Uncut: Edinburgh artists unite for night of cutting edge political theatre What happens to political views in times of economic austerity? On Friday 15th October six Edinburgh theatre groups perform a series of short plays...

Edinburgh Quartet announce a few surprises for their new season

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You are warned to expect the unexpected in the 2013/14 season when the Edinburgh Quartet get under way. The quartet launches its 2013/14 season in Edinburgh on Wednesday 9 October at the Queen’s Hall and in Glasgow on Saturday 12 October at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, both...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe REVIEW The Tin Ring *****

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The Tin Ring at Summerhall is a remarkable and refreshing live theatre experience, with none of the usual Edinburgh bangs and whistles. Performed by Jane Arnfield this meticulous, economical, accomplished and utterly convincing actor...

Edinburgh Fringe Festival REVIEW – Biding Time (Remix) ****

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Biding Time (Remix) ****Tromolo ProductionsDissection Room @ SummerhallRun FinishedPippa Bailey’s Biding Time is a beguiling multi-media exploration of the battle between art and commerce. First performed in 1987, it has been revived and remixed...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe REVIEW – The Tempest in the Firth of Forth ****

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The Tempest in the Firth of Forth, Summerhall at Hopetoun House South Queensferry.  To 15 August 2013.Richard Demarco has long been evangelical about his support for Shakespeare at the Edinburgh festivals and this year he is...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe REVIEW – Feral ****

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Angle-poise lamps dangle above a peculiar holed table-cum-writing desk, with a video mixing console and sound desk crammed in to the left and right of the stage. There’s no hiding the show’s mechanics in...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe REVIEW – One Giant Leap ****

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Family friendly theatre is not always easy to find in a festival saturated with comedy, but if that’s what you want this August look no further than One Giant Leap, a theatrical storytelling event...

Competition – Win two tickets to Nile Rodgers at Summerhall

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Summerhall is hosting music legend Nile Rodgers for ‘Indigo Night’, a unique collaboration between Rodgers and Belgian artist, Jean Pierre Muller on 21 & 22 June 2013. And The Edinburgh Reporter has two tickets...

Playing Deadinburgh

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 Will you make it?  That is what LAStheatre's Deadinburgh  would like to know.  Scotland is ravaged by an unknown disease and those of you who are left are kindly invited to the Summerhall,  the...

Fringe Venue: Summerhall

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Most of the larger Fringe venues are long-established and regular festival-goers will have trekked a well-trodden route between the Pleasance, Assembly, Gilded Balloon, et al. So when a major new venue arrives on...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Review: Hotel Methuselah (***)

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It’s not so much the what as the how with this intriguing show by UK-based theatre company Imitating the Dog and theatre maker Pete Brooks. It’s a startlingly effective combination of film and live...

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