This show marks the 164th anniversary of the visit Chopin made, beleaguered by illness, to Edinburgh in 1848.
This production looks wonderful: a funeral casket, flanked by beautifully painted Korean drums, sits centre stage.
There were clearly some diehard fans in this audience - they began to mime along and dance as soon as Mr B, heralded by his butler, graced the Ballroom stage of the Voodoo Rooms wi…
This production began with a cute song that went on for a little too long with an inartistic, uninteresting cartoon world displayed on a huge screen at the back of the stage.
First things first, every ticket for this show costs a fiver, which is far better value than so many other children’s productions on in Edinburgh during August and for this £5, …
This production of Wuthering Heights, adapted from the original novel by Emily Brontë, started well.
The show is based on a simple concept: three women leave horrendously awkward voicemails on the phones of their male love interests, with potentially disastrous consequences.
Fifty minutes of pure immersion.
Families lined up outside C ECA’s Main Theatre seemed very excited to go to see this show, one girl was even dressed in a flamenco dress already.
From the start it was clear that this show was going to be a very professional one.
The concept behind this production was brilliant and ingenious: Take one group of 20-somethings and send them back to school.
It always helps a performance when the audience is packed, in tune with the performers and ready for a good laugh.
This show has a strong concept from the outset, but the performance lets this concept down by rendering it uninteresting.
The lights go up on a simple but effective set - a mirror, two chairs, and a coat-stand in the corner - a sparseness that serves to foreground the characters and their idiosyncrati…
Presented at first by a set of large barrels and some odds and ends - a keyboard player, percussionist, and bass guitarist, as well as some well made-up actors - it was easy to mak…
Late 20s America.
The pseudo-auditorium boxes in the theatre immediately made sure that there was a distinct ‘stage show’ feel to the performance, meaning that the audience knew from the start t…
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