Edinburgh News: theatre
A seemingly nervous conductor squeezes himself along the front row of the auditorium before falling into the orchestra pit.
Breakfast plays at the Traverse this year feature six international writers who were commissioned to write a play responding to the word ‘tomorrow.’ This morning’s play, No Desert Roses, was written b
When our narrator was seven years old his mother couldn’t think of anything worth living for.
What creeshie secrets does the red chair hold?
Imagine an animal free menagerie; a memory man who forgets things and a vertigo suffering aerialist and you have Barry Bonaparte's travelling circus.
Welcome to “This is Your Mind”, an avant-garde game show that attempts to get into the heads of a boy a girl and a “mad” mother.
We are here to play a sort of game, there is no right or wrong, no win or lose, just the opportunity to explore.
“As I wait for the dawn to break the memory of a place comes near.”
Welcome to Jill’s cookery show, a world where butter wouldn’t melt, a place where food is the centre of our lives.
It has been said that Alan Turing died while conducting a dangerous experiment - it was called, life.
Alasdair Gray’s seminal Scottish novel Lanark: A Life in Four Books dared within its pages to create a colossal imaginary view of Scotland, in particular Glasgow and its industrial environs,
The Usher Hall was full for this ingenious presentation of a much-loved and legendary operetta. There was an electric atmosphere beforehand, and the audience was clearly enthralled throughout.
I saw this show on the penultimate day of its Fringe run and whilst this review may not help their attendance numbers hopefully it will pay forward into any future work this company presents.
The human design has flaws. Hearts break, memory fades, bodies fail and ultimately nothing lasts infinitely.
This is a fairytale of globalisation, corporate greed and of coming to terms with reality in a world gone mad.
“Foolish man! Foolish foolish man! What I could have said was...What I should have said was...Why didn’t I just .. Show them...The pictures in my head...Why didn’t I – “
Birdsong and the sounds of the river accompany two sisters adrift from the modern world.
Peppermint Muse is a theatre company staging classic adaptations and exciting new work.
James Hogg’s 1824 novel Confessions of a Justified Sinner has been described as “stunningly duplicitous”. What then are we to make of a presentation on Paul Bright’s version for the stage?
The Alchemist Theatre Company sets out to liberate the audience from whatever it is they feel trapped by, be it a mundane office job, a life of never ending opportunities that are never quite reached,
Sitting in the belly of the great ship SS Triumphant on route to a brave new world, B would like to tell you about himself.