Enter the beautiful and magical world of Duddingston Kirk Gardens and join in with a fantastical journey of adventure and intrigue.
We have a simple environmental message: look after our world before people destroy it forever.
Resting from the outdoor evening plays this utterly charming take on the Three Kings is indoors mid-afternoon.
The children’s play this year is based on a compilation of the many folk tales from around the world that were the origins of the tale of Cinderella.
This fine play is a prime example of a great era in Scottish writing – the 1950/60s.
Legend has it that King Arthur threw Excalibur into Duddingston Loch.
Stunning open-air theatre in beautiful gardens by one of Scotland’s oldest professional theatre companies.
Your Fringe guide might describe Double Bill differently than it actually is.
Adapted from a Russian folk tale, this outdoor promenade production, with singalong music and audience participation for children of all ages, tells the eternal story of of how goo…
Mary Queen of Scots was probably a visionary.
Something in it for Cordelia is comic, yet poignant.
Someone wants to stop the bairns from playing and having fun in the beautiful gardens.