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Soaring Leap: Eric Whitacre

Soaring Leap: Eric Whitacre

Scotland's most exciting chamber choir Coroedina present an exciting programme of the music of sublime contemporary American composer Eric Whitacre. An a capella performance in the rich acoustic of Edinburgh’s St Giles' Cathedral. Continue Reading

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Tissue

Tissue

Astonishing physical theatre that packs genuine emotional punch. Ensemble performance at its very best. ‘If they come up again next year – and I sincerely hope they do – then make every effort to see them’ (FringeReview.co.uk, 2011). Continue Reading

★★★★
Riot Squat

Riot Squat

Edinburgh’s revolting… literally. Miles and Kristy were promised the world but ended up with a degree. Billy only wants somewhere to crash. Alan Gordon - **** (ThreeWeeks) - delivers a darkly comic take on the riots that never were. Continue Reading

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Deserving?

Deserving?

Inspired by Artaud's Theatre of Cruelty and media coverage of rape. In an Amnesty International survey, one in four claimed a woman is partly to blame for being raped if she dresses provocatively, drinks too much or is flirtatious. Continue Reading

★★★★★
The  Guild of Cheesemakers

The Guild of Cheesemakers

A fine wine and artisan cheese tasting with a supernatural twist. With real experts, discover a cheese that may lead you to question the essence of life and alter humanity forever. If you want to... Continue Reading

★★★★★
Assassins

Assassins

The most controversial musical of its time, Assassins lays bare the lives of nine individuals and their motives for assassinating the US presidents. Captivating, disturbing and alarmingly funny, Sondheim's masterpiece journeys to the dark side of the American Dream. Continue Reading

★★★★★
Rime

Rime

A circus, theatre and dance show based on Samuel Taylor Coleridge's epic poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. ‘effortless precision… intriguingly explored’ – This Is Cabaret. Associate artists: Roundhouse and Jacksons Lane; co-commissioned by the National Theatre. Continue Reading

★★★★
Grit

Grit

In desolate landscapes children survive at both ends of a gun. This intimate piece of visual puppet theatre asks what innocence and imagination mean in a world of conflict. From acclaimed creators of The Last Miner - **** (Scotsman). www.tortoiseinanutshell.com. Continue Reading

★★
XXXO

XXXO

What makes me happy? My love, homecomings, fighting, cooking for someone, stealing, a smoothie, Gossip Girl, clouds, having space, drinking too much, leaving hotel rooms, New York, getting physical, sleeping, getting out of bed, cleaning something dirty, yelling… Continue Reading

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