Edinburgh News: theatre
Storytelling: it’s something we all do in various forms on a daily basis – a means of communication that we instinctually utilise.
Yer Granny, is a comedy, adapted by award-winning Scottish playwright, Douglas Maxwell.
Yesterday morning saw the première of a "relaxed performance" of the King Theatre’s 2014/15 panto, Aladdin.
The King’s Theatre Edinburgh will host the first ‘relaxed performance’ of its legendary pantomime, exclusively for pupils from all eleven of the city’s special schools, which look after children with
Lara and Cameron get rather more than they bargained for in Iain Finlay Macdonald’s ‘The Devil Masters’. We, the audience, perhaps get rather less.
Taking the theme of "belonging", something we all crave, the National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) is offering up this coming season exciting new cont
Guid honest fun fae the Honest Toun!
Sometimes you have an experience that you know you will remember long into your life. A memory that will find you in many years to come and bring a gleaming smile to your face.
A young cast brings plenty of whizz-popping energy to this year’s Christmas show at the Lyceum - and the kids will love getting their mouths around ‘gobblefunk’ – the BFG’s very own, idiosyncratic lan
Our theatre critic finds the annual traditional King's Theatre panto brings out his most festive side.
Reginald Rose’s Twelve Angry Men originated as a television play and has been successfully adapted for film, radio and stage.
Originally brought to theatres in 2006, Untitled Projects has readapted their performance of Slope at a time of great social change for LGBT groups in Scotland.
Following its hugely successful tours in 2013 and 2014 Rachel Wagstaff’s stage play BIRDSONG adapted from the novel by Sebastian Faulks, will be performed in April at the King’s Theatre Edinb
Do you ever feel utterly overwhelmed by the constant flow of news, pounded by the endless atrocities hammering away in every corner of the world, drenched by the multifarious media that rains it down
Inspired by the likes of Edgar Allan Poe and Ambrose Bierce, Peapod Productions brings the ghostly tale of “The Moonlit Road” to Edinburgh.
The Traverse Theatre is the perfect location for emerging theatre artists and practitioners to promote new work by Scottish companies.
Olivier Award-winning musical Return to the Forbidden Planet, which was inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest, is coming to the Festival The
Russian writer Nikolai Gogol was a master story teller. He specialized in exposing the ridiculousness of human behaviour while retaining a dark stark humour.
Championing an array of new and developing work from around Europe “Best of BE Festival” presents an eclectic mix of physical, spoken and mixed media performances.