Get ready to dream in bright colours and go to strange places like Solla Sollew! Propelled into the bizarre world of Dr.
A small village on the Ryukyu Islands of Japan fights to recover after a disastrous typhoon hits, destroying everything in its path.
As one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies, As You Like It is a typical example of a pastoral story, concerning three parties of exile who individually flee to the sanctuary o…
Held at Scotland’s National Centre for Dance, Dance Base, I was expecting a thoroughly engaging performance that would push the boundaries of conventional dance styles.
Jane Austen’s stories speak to every generation, everyone can identify with at least one of her enthralling characters.
Booking Dance Festival’s annual Fringe show always promises a high-octane hybrid of dance styles, with seven companies participating in one enticing show.
With a cast featuring London-based professionals, this show-stopping production is brilliant for lovers of classic and contemporary musicals.
Held in one of Edinburgh’s most vibrant and dynamic nightclubs, Electric Circus, Baby Loves Disco is no ordinary disco and describing it as such would be a huge disservice.
One of Broadway and the West End’s longest running shows, Les Miserables has been hard to avoid, with productions performed in over 40 countries worldwide.
Jonathan Larson’s groundbreaking reworking of Puccini’s opera La Boheme, Rent portrays a group of impoverished artists and addicts precariouslymaintain their existence in Lower…
WARNING: The front two rows will get wet! Thrust into the peculiar and fast-paced world of theatre, the scene is set immediately for us: a young ambitious playwright (Iftach Jeffre…
The collision of unrelated, unconnected happenings frequently occurs in everyday life, for no other reason than chance.
Can the rational mind comprehend the motive behind a mass shooting? What if there is no adequate explanation for such an atrocity? David Greig asks these questions in his play The …
Cymbeline is not one of Shakespeare’s most eminent plays and is seldom performed.
Undertaking the staging of David Copperfield is a tricky, if not impossible, task for any theatre company.
Delving into the fractures of modern day life, Jane Bodie deliberately imbues her work with a banal plotline enlivened by a quick, satirical wit.
Despite promising an hour’s worth of entertainment, displaying different styles of dance, and highlighting work from various international choreographers, this showcase lacked va…
What would you do to avoid eternity in hell? David Mamet’s wonderful one-act comedy explores one man’s struggle to do just that.
This a fantastic and innovative way to introduce children into the exciting world of Charles Dickens and Victorian England.
Worried you’ve over indulged a little during the Edinburgh Fringe? Or simply want to learn a new skill? Then this is the show for you.
With very naughty characters and even more mischievous plotlines, there is a reason Roald Dahl is one of the best-loved children’s writers.
Showstoppers’ spontaneous musical sensation has been a fringe success for many years and the family hour show is no different.
Based on Victor Hugo’s 1862 novel, Les Miserables transports the audience to the bloody French revolution between rebellious Parisian students and the state.
Radio Forth on the Fringe opened its sixth annual showcase with a bang last night at Edinburgh’s Playhouse.
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