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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...

Gavin Yule, a Lung Ha Theatre Company member, debuts ‘The Bus Stop’

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Available to worldwide audiences digitally from Tuesday, 10 November until Tuesday, 8 December is the rehearsed reading of 'The Bus Stop'. Presented as part of Traverse Theatre online festival, the play...

‘Incredible show of support’ applauded by Capital Theatres

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Scotland’s largest theatre charity, Capital Theatres, today thanked the public for its incredible support of the theatres through its Crowdfunder campaign, an urgent appeal for support launched last month.

Performing in winter: creating Covid-safe super venues and sharing the stage

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Neil Thomas Smith, Maastricht UniversityYou pass through a wide doorway to a large space with good air circulation. Inside, an usher behind...

Digital format adopted for Grid Iron’s ‘Doppler’

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The latest production from Edinburgh-based Grid Iron Theatre Company 'Doppler', will be shared with audiences digitally rather than as a live, outdoor show.Judith Doherty, Chief Executive and...

Coronavirus – Edinburgh theatres will be closed from today

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Capital Theatres are complying with Scottish Government guidance on cancelling mass gatherings of more than 500 people and have closed the doors of all their Edinburgh theatres today.

The House of Jack Christmas Show 2019 (II)

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Just more images....Continued from Part I

The House of Jack Christmas Show 2019 (I)

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They went, they saw, they had to have thought it was brilliant!Not being a theatre, dance or any other kind of critic, it was considered that the...

Brunton – busy venue promoting a varied programme of events

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I feel comfortable at the busy Brunton which promotes a programme of visiting drama, dance, music - we enjoyed music legend Ralph McTell there - comedy, children’s theatre, film, workshops and musicals. Screenings of live...

Edinburgh Fringe 2019: Kurl Up and Dye****

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There are many serious, literary, insightful productions at the Fringe, but sometimes, after a long day, all you want is good undemanding entertainment. In Kurl Up and Dye, Newcastle University Theatre Society (the...

Edinburgh Fringe 2019 REVIEW Madame Ovary ★★★★★

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When Rosa Hesmondhalgh was a teenager, she hated her body. A few years later, her body started hating her back.Hesmondhalgh was just 23, a recent drama graduate...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – Kill the Princess

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Can you be feminine and still be a feminist? What does acting like a man really mean? Where does our identity come from? Bait Theatre’s Michelle Madsen and Lizzy Shakespeare are looking...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – Footnotes & Phrases

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Lewys Holt brings two companion shows, performed on alternate days, to Summerhall’s Anatomy Theatre for Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019.Footnotes is a dance/ theatre comedic parody of...

Meeting of artistic directors to address the careers gap

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CALLS FOR CULTURAL CUSTODIANS TO CLOSE GAP IN DIRECTORS' CAREER LADDER13 years ago, a report by Christine Hamilton, looking at the lack of training and career...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – A Migrant’s Son

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 Frank Ford Award Winner 2019 Adelaide Fringe - A MIGRANT’S SON by MICHAELA BURGER“A FAR-REACHING GENERATIONAL STORY THAT CROSSES DIVIDES, IGNITES MEMORIES AND PULLS AT YOUR HEART-STRINGS” ...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – The Trial

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Tieta comes home to a small, conservative Brazilian village in search of justice – the audience will be the jury.Part stand-up, part gig, part storytelling The Trial is...

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2019 – Monica: This Play Is Not About Monica Lewinsky 

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Sex and shaming, the personal and the political – Monica: This Play Is Not About Monica Lewinsky tackles issues that shape, and all too often distort, the lives of women.

At the King’s Theatre this week: EDGAS: The Mikado****

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A world where ‘I am right and you are right, and all is right as right can be.’ Or in other words, a world where no-one...

At the King’s Theatre: The Lady Vanishes***

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First the good news.  The Classic Thriller Theatre Company’s production of The Lady Vanishes has a stunning, atmospheric set and a faultlessly professional cast, all of whom...

At the Lyceum Theatre: Touching the Void****

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In the programme notes for The Lyceum’s new stage adaptation of Touching the Void, writer David Greig tells us that Ultra Running is ‘a sport I particularly like.’ ...
wendy and peter pan

At the Lyceum: Wendy and Peter Pan****

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Is Wendy & Peter Pan a fast-moving adventure story or a reflection on age, grief, gender-stereotyping, the meaning of family and of love? In Ella Hickson’s brilliant adaptation of JM Barrie’s book it is...

Scottish Ballet – Cinderella

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The ultimate spectacle, with primary colours bursting out of the darkness. Billowing ball gowns whisking you into a magical world. All performed to Prokofiev’s irresistibly melodic score - performed live by the Scottish Ballet...

Review – Dark City – Will you face the fear? *****

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By Robert Girvan Murder, body-snatching, incest, bestiality, witchcraft, illicit trysts with the Deil himself and a modicum of social commentary – Dark City has it all! Like Edinburgh’s eminent surgeon, voracious cadaver addict and pillar of...

At the King’s Theatre: Shakespeare in Love

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Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard’s Shakespeare in Love is loud, funny and occasionally heartbreaking – but how does it translate from screen to stage? Lee Hall’s adaptation, showing at the King’s Theatre this week,...

At Out of the Blue – The Journey by Badac Theatre

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Coming to the Out of the Blue Drill Hall on Saturday 10th and and Sunday 11th November is a hard-hitting drama based on true-life refugee experiences.   The Journey is a compelling, fearless, intense and immersive...

Edinburgh based director helped create refugee play – now bringing it to Out of...

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Badac Theatre’s The Journey is a compelling, fearless, intense and immersive slice of drama that is true to the experiences of refugees from across the globe fleeing conflict and, sometimes, certain death. It comes to...

MagicFest Christmas Special: The Miracle of Christmas Future

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The MagicFest Christmas show is back at the Traverse theatre from 27-30 December 2018.This year they present a Christmas collaboration between Scottish magician-scientist hybrid Kevin Quantum and Swedish high-tech wizard Charlie Caper. In ‘The...

2018 International Festival. A celebration of inclusion and Scotland’s Year of Young People

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The 2018 Edinburgh International Festival ended last evening with the Virgin Money Fireworks Concert. Drawing hundreds of thousands of Festival-goers from more than 80 countries, the three-week International Festival staged some of the world’s...

La Cenerentola

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And not a glass slipper to be seen...Ingenious optical illusions, sumptuous video projections and unstoppable comedy. Renowned Norwegian director Stefan Herheim’s extraordinary production of Rossini’s effervescent Cinderella opera is stuffed full of ideas and comic...

La Cenerentola – Gallery of Images

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