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This is Paradise

This is Paradise

This is Paradise, Michael John O'Neill’s new play at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, is a lengthy monologue in which Kate (Amy Molloy) provides a complex interweaving of the personal and the political in Northern Ireland. 

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Mrs Puntila And Her Man Matti
Mrs Puntila And Her Man Matti

Mrs Puntila and her Man Matti is that relatively rare thing for the Royal Lyceum Theatre—a star ve… 

Pride Plays
Pride Plays

Edinburgh’s Traverse has long-championed new drama—indeed, the venue’s self-description is the… 

An Edinburgh Christmas Carol
An Edinburgh Christmas Carol

Full of good cheer, fun and jokes, carols under falling snow, spooky ghosts and glitter, what better… 

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Auld Reekie’s Festivals Set to Return

Auld Reekie’s Festivals Set to Return

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society and Edinburgh International Festival announce go-ahead. 

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Fancy a Traverse around Edinburgh?
Fancy a Traverse around Edinburgh?

The Traverse Theatre presents this year's Class Act. 

Trauma and Therapy with Let Me Go Writer-director Polly Steele
Trauma and Therapy with Let Me Go Writer-director Polly Steele

Let Me Go is a feature film based on the true life of Helga Schneider (Juliet Stevenson) - whose mot... 

James Plays Playwright Rona Munro does Christmas at the Traverse
James Plays Playwright Rona Munro does Christmas at the Traverse

Rona Munro, writer of the three James Plays – critically acclaimed and popular with audiences at the 2014 Edinburgh International Festival – has a new collaboration with Stephen Greenhorn at the Traverse Theatre this December... 

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Laura Albert & Susie Orbach Attempt Live Therapy at the Book Festival

Laura Albert & Susie Orbach Attempt Live Therapy at the Book Festival

In 2005 it was revealed that author JT LeRoy was in fact a hoax – written by Laura Albert but played in person by her sister in law Savannah Knoop. 

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The Edinburgh Cocktail Festival is this Year’s New Kid on the Block
The Edinburgh Cocktail Festival is this Year’s New Kid on the Block

Back in 1947 the founders of the Edinburgh International Festival could hardly have imagined what their legacy would be... 

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Buddhism, Development and Daphne with Screenwriter Nico Mensinga

Buddhism, Development and Daphne with Screenwriter Nico Mensinga

Daphne is a coming-of-age movie about a 28, sorry, 31-year-old woman who witnesses a stabbing in a corner shop. Forced to confront her own mortality, she must reevaluate her own life, including her opinion of her mother’s way of dealing with terminal cancer and her attitude towards love which, after Freud, she believes is a psychosis… 

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Happiness Research Institute’s Meik Wiking Talks Social Media, Hygge and Mindfulness
Happiness Research Institute’s Meik Wiking Talks Social Media, Hygge and Mindfulness

Meik Wiking is the CEO of the Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen and author of The Little Bo... 

Kirsty Law, Kirsty Logan and Esther Swift Don’t Want Fairytale Weddings
Kirsty Law, Kirsty Logan and Esther Swift Don’t Want Fairytale Weddings

Songmaker Kirsty Law, author Kirsty Logan and harpist Esther Swift came together at the Edinburgh International Book Festival to perform their dark fairytale reimagining, Lord Fox... 

Graeme Macrae Burnet Responds to the Lyceum’s Staging of His Bloody Project
Graeme Macrae Burnet Responds to the Lyceum’s Staging of His Bloody Project

Graeme Macrae Burnet’s literary thriller, His Bloody Project, explores a brutal triple murder in t... 

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This is Paradise

This is Paradise

This is Paradise, Michael John O'Neill’s new play at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, is a lengthy monologue in which Kate (Amy Molloy) provides a complex interweaving of the personal and the political in Northern Ireland. 

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Click to Connect
Click to Connect

‘Click to Connect’, a new original musical. 

The Satyricon
The Satyricon

The Satyricon follows three young men footloose in the Roman Empire as they find themselves at the h… 

Mrs Puntila And Her Man Matti
Mrs Puntila And Her Man Matti

Mrs Puntila and her Man Matti is that relatively rare thing for the Royal Lyceum Theatre—a star ve…