A modern retelling of a classic children’s story that is filled with life lessons worth sharing.
An intimate take on understanding one another.
Exquisite in its execution, this production is a centennial event like no other.
A predictable script and grand stage fail to truly bring Rebus’s Edinburgh to life.
Drag race royalty returns with a lacklustre show
Superb rendition by icons of their craft
These tall stories are how storytelling should be done
Another remarkable achievement by much-admired solo performer
Storytelling which has you hanging on every word
The constraints imposed by writer Simon Reade on Conan Doyle’s beloved detective is an injustice to both his legacy and the audience.
Questionable creative decisions curse a promising group of actors in EGTG’s production of the Scottish play.
Uneven vocal performances and clumsy scene changes stunt Greenhorn’s Leith love affair.
Grumpy Old Women features tremendous talent that is sadly wasted on a stale script.
Captivate Theatre breathes life into the gaunt barber of Fleet Street
Despite its comedic charm, Fat Friends fails to weigh in on the conversation of dieting and weight loss.
Crazy For You at the Playhouse offers light entertainment but little tension.
Southern Light Opera return once more with an old favourite,
Class theme is still relevant in this musical heart-wrencher of nature vs nurture
King’s Theatre hosts Conor McPherson’s excellent slow burner looking at loneliness and regret.
David Haig takes an intense look at history’s most significant forecast.
The anti-fairy tale returns to the Edinburgh stage
Python musical comes straight from the heart of British farcical comedy
A Lego city is created in the historic surrounds of Riddle’s Court.
A masterpiece performance, and still all too relevant to our times