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‘Ocean Mist’ hosts stars of ‘Anything Goes’ prior to Festival Theatre opening

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The critically acclaimed show, 'Anything Goes', features a new star cast including: WhatOnStage Award Winner, Kerry Ellis, as Reno Sweeney and Olivier Award Winner, Denis Lawson, as Moonface Martin. Joining them on board is...

‘Tam O’Shanter, Tales & Whisky’ premieres in Edinburgh on Friday

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'Tam O’Shanter, Tales & Whisky' The hottest ticket in town this spring should be 'Tam O’Shanter, Tales & Whisky'. Premiering at Assembly Roxy in Edinburgh this Friday 15 April, this contemporary take on the...

‘Sunshine on Leith’ to be final production before King’s refurbishment

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Featuring hits Sunshine on Leith, I’m On My Way, Letter from America and I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles), 'Sunshine on Leith' is both a funny and moving story about Davy and Ally, two soldiers...

Panto star running to aid King’s Theatre redevelopment fund

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Star of the King’s Panto, Jordan Young, will be running a half marathon as part of the Edinburgh Marathon Festival in May of this year. He’ll be joined by a team of Capital Theatres...

‘Wonder Festival’, a festival of ‘work-in-progress’, to open at The Lyceum

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The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh is delighted to present 'Wonder Festival', a brand new and exciting two week festival of work-in-progress that invites audiences behind the curtain of a creative process to step into...

Capital Theatres announce a new corporate partnership with Stewart Brewing

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A new corporate partnership with Stewart Brewing, a craft brewery based right here in Edinburgh, has been announced by Capital Theatres.Stewart Brewing’s values chime well with Capital Theatres’ ethos, encompassing a commitment to excellence;...

Scottish Ballet to present ‘The Scandal at Mayerling’ at Festival Theatre in May

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'The Scandal at Mayerling', Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s iconic ballet about a dysfunctional royal family was boldly created in 1978 and is now reimagined and redesigned by Scottish Ballet, in a sumptuous production that is...

Rosslyn Chapel welcomes stars of ‘The Da Vinci Code’

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Edinburgh’s iconic Rosslyn Chapel played the backdrop to Olivier-award winning actor Nigel Harman, Red Dwarf and Death in Paradise star Danny John-Jules and Edinburgh actress Leigh Lothian who made the trip to Roslin in...

Capital Theatres presents ‘The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe’ at The King’s

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Step through the wardrobe into the enchanted kingdom of Narnia. Join Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter as they wave goodbye to wartime Britain and embark on the most magical of adventures in a frozen,...

A year of Premiers in 2022 for Scottish Ballet

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Focusing for a year and a half on its, already prolific, digital and film output, Scottish Ballet returned to stages in autumn 2021 to rapturous audiences and star-studded reviews. Both dancers and producers demonstrated...

‘Sunshine on Leith’ to be The King’s final show before it closes for redevelopment

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See the King’s go out on a high before the theatre closes to undergo its exciting capital redevelopment. With a soundtrack from world-renowned 'Leithers', The Proclaimers, 'Sunshine on Leith' is both a funny and...

‘Christmas Dinner’ at The Lyceum

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After making a long-awaited return to performing in front of live audiences with the critically acclaimed production Life is a Dream, The Lyceum is excited to be bringing the magic of Christmas back to...

Scottish tour dates go on sale for ‘James IV – Queen of the Fight’

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In autumn 2022 Rona Munro returns to Scottish stages with a bold new production: 'James IV – Queen of the Fight', directed by Laurie Sansom - the formidable duo who brought us James I,...

Scottish Ballet launches 2021-22 tour with ‘The Nutcracker’ at the Festival Theatre

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Originally choreographed by Scottish Ballet founder, Peter Darrell, in 1972, Scottish Ballet’s 'The Nutcracker' was re-imagined in 2014 by CEO/Artistic Director Christopher Hampson, working with multi-award-winning Designer Lez Brotherson. It includes unforgettable scenes such...

Tim Firth’s new comedy, ‘Sheila’s Island’, cast announced

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Bonfire night 2019 and Sheila, Denise, Julie, and Fay are Team C in Pennine Mineral Water Ltd.’s annual outward bound team-building weekend. Somehow, Marketing Manager Sheila has been nominated team leader, and, using her...

‘Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage’ at Festival Theatre in November

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Returning to the stage, following two successful West End runs, three hit UK tours, and multiple international productions, 'Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story On Stage' is the iconic story of Baby and Johnny,...

Live Festive theatre returns to Edinburgh this Christmas

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Edinburgh’s favourite pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, returns to the King’s for 2021-22. Allan Stewart and Grant Stott return to their pantomime home as Queen May and Carabosse. They’ll be accompanied by panto-favourite Jordan Young in...

‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow’ comes to The Kings

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The full casting has been announced for the thrilling new touring production of Washington Irving’s 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'. Taking on the role of Ichabod Crane is Sam Jackson alongside Rose Quentin, Lewis...

‘An Unexpected Hiccup’ to open at The Studio

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Edinburgh-based Lung Ha Theatre Company and touring theatre company Plutôt La Vie’s new theatrical collaboration, 'An Unexpected Hiccup', will receive its World Premiere at The Studio in Edinburgh on 26 October, running until 3o...

‘An Unexpected Hiccup’ to premiere at The Studio

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Touring theatre company Plutôt La Vie and Edinburgh-based Lung Ha Theatre Company are pleased to announce their collaboration on 'An Unexpected Hiccup', a new play directed by Ian Cameron and Maria Oller and written...

UK premiere of Gene Kelly’s ballet to herald Scottish Ballet’s return to stage and...

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Scottish Ballet plans a return to stage and screen this autumn with Gene Kelly’s ballet 'Pas de Dieux', given a new twist for its UK premiere.One of the first choreographers to bring the ‘American...

Festival Fringe will see long-awaited staging of Grid Iron’s ‘Doppler’

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The Edinburgh-based theatre company, Grid Iron, is pleased to confirm that its site-responsive outdoor adaptation of Erlend Loe’s best-selling book Doppler will take place as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2021.The play was...

Leading performing arts venues call on Government to review social distancing rules

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With the Federation of Scottish Theatres, eleven of Scotland’s leading performing arts venues, collectively call on the newly returned Scottish Government to urgently review the social distancing requirements required in their venues as Coronavirus...

Brunton re-opens from end of May

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The Brunton (pictured) at Musselburgh welcomes audiences back from 26 May when big screen movies and event screenings will resume in Venue 1.Michael Stitt, chair of The Brunton Theatre Trust said: “Working with East...

Film by Grid Iron Theatre Company documents issues of theatre production during COVID

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Award-winning, Edinburgh-based Grid Iron Theatre Company is pleased to announce the release of its long-awaited film, 'Doppler: The Story So Far', which tells the fascinating story of producing an outdoor theatre show during the...

Post-Covid recovery drives Capital Theatres recruitment

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Capital Theatres seeks to appoint 3 key individuals to its team – Director of Finance & Business Services, Director of Development & Head of Creative Engagement.Under the leadership of a new Chief Executive Fiona...

Day long radio broadcast with Three Pound Coin Theatre

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The newest theatre company in Edinburgh, Three Pound Coin Theatre, is linking up with radio station, Mojo Edinburgh, in a 24-hour fundraising launch next week.From 5.00pm on 19 February to 5pm on 20...

Mini-series of digital gigs launched by Leith Theatre

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A grant from Creative Scotland’s Performing Arts Venue Relief Fund has allowed Leith Theatre to secure a small staff team of expertise, enabling them to produce a mini-series of digital gigs and provide vital...

Lyceum Youth Theatre announce Hannah Lavery Writer in Residence

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Playwright, short story writer, poet and performer Hannah Lavery has been announced by The Royal Lyceum Theatre as the Lyceum Youth Theatre’s Writer in Residence, supported by the National Lottery through Creative Scotland.Hannah’s critically...

MANIPULATE Festival’s hybrid programme for 2021 announced by Puppet Animation Scotland

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MANIPULATE Festival returns in brand new form against the odds this January. Combining a bespoke multi-city outdoor installation artwalk, and a digital programme packed with performance, screenings and workshops, including an international celebration of...

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