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Kit Hesketh-Harvey and James McConnel: Pheasant Laughter

Kit Hesketh-Harvey and James McConnel: Pheasant Laughter

With sell-out shows in 2017 at an all-time high, Kit and McConnel return to the bang-central G&V Hotel with their latest collection: Pheasant Laughter. As ever, topical, sophisticated original songs and improvisation, unencumbered by good taste. Go on, you deserve it. ‘Achingly funny’ (Times). ‘Witty, topical, subversive, startling musicality’ (Evening Standard). ‘Flanders and Swann for the iPhone generation’ (Telegraph). ‘Cabaret royalty’ (Time Out). Continue Reading

The Glorious Invention of Emmanuel Stork

The Glorious Invention of Emmanuel Stork

On a remote island, shrouded in mist and in a sea nobody visits, a small community have chosen to be forgotten by the world outside. But, that’s all about to change in this new, rambunctious tale for the whole family. From award-winning NYT, this is ‘a force to be reckoned with’ **** (BroadwayBaby.com). ‘Storytelling at the highest level, told with vigour and intelligence that completely engages adults as well as children’ (FringeReview, Recommended Show). ‘A consummate Continue Reading

Escaping Trump\'s America

Escaping Trump's America

Hang out with us Americans as we do stand-up, sing songs, play games, and reflect on what its like to suddenly live in Trump's America (and if we're lucky, make him mad along the way). We will have comedians from New York City, Chicago, Washington D.C. and more. Drink with us, and if you're feeling daring, come onstage and help us make him as upset as possible from across the pond, safe from the grasp of his tiny, tiny hands. Continue Reading

The Real Sherlock Holmes Walking Tour

The Real Sherlock Holmes Walking Tour

Who is the Real Sherlock Holmes? Take a step back in time to Victorian Edinburgh, and join our very own Holmes on a magical walking tour to discover the hidden history and forgotten places where the Sherlock Holmes legend really began. Learn about how, as a young medical student, Arthur Conan Doyle met the man who would inspire the idea of a new kind of fictional detective, and visit the Sherlock Holmes statue and site of Arthur Conan Doyle's birth. A must for all Sherlock fans: the game, quite Continue Reading

The Potter Trail

The Potter Trail

Grab a wand and join your robed guide on the only tour in Edinburgh designed especially for Potter fans! You’ll discover the magical locations that inspired characters and scenes in the series, visit the places where JK Rowling wrote the books and even learn about the real-life witches and wizards of medieval Edinburgh. Saturday and Sunday 2pm tours feature live magic from Magus Negus. TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2016. Continue Reading

City of the Dead Haunted Graveyard Tour

City of the Dead Haunted Graveyard Tour

Researched and designed by best-selling historical author and award winning novelist J A Henderson, our walks combine the weirdest stories, wickedest humour and wildest history. City of the Dead has been named Britain’s Best Ghost Walk (Scare.com, Yahoo! Travel and Virgin Media) and Edinburgh's Best Ghost Tour (LonelyPlanet.com). We are the only Scottish attraction ever to be short listed for the prestigious Screamie Awards (three times), won ScareTour’s Best Ghost Tour accolade and been Continue Reading

Edinburgh – A Tale of Two Towns

Edinburgh – A Tale of Two Towns

On our tour we will reveal some of the secrets hidden within a city rich in culture and ancient history and blessed with beauty. We will bring the past and its people vividly to life. We stroll along the narrow streets of the Old Town revealing the secrets that lie hidden in their dark closes, then to Edinburgh’s Georgian New Town with its blend of ancient and modern architecture and a sense of Edinburgh moving into a more modern era. In other words a fantastic introduction to Edinburgh. Continue Reading

Gratiano

Gratiano

Bassanio has been murdered and, under suspicion, Gratiano is forced to revisit his fascist past. He was never the hero – just a minor character, the plucky comic relief – but he never thought he played the villain. Set in post-war Italy, this challenging sequel to William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice explores the politics of prejudice in the modern age and asks just how Mussolini managed to use democracy to turn a people against themselves. *****(BritishTheatreGuide). **** Continue Reading

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