James Graham’s critically acclaimed drama-comedy comes to the Festival Theatre filled with political satire and contemporary parallels.
A warming story of teenage angst and discovery, beautifully told.
Spielberg, Hanks and Streep unite in this important story of poisonous presidential lies.
A doomed, depressing and often two-dimensional tale saved by Firth and the sea.
A musical tale with rousing group numbers and a notably strong portrayal of Burns’ wife.
The gripping story of days that would irrevocably change history.
A musical story of adventure and redemption, calibrated for little ones.
Our resident improv Queen takes a look at Edinburgh’s burgeoning scene.
A hilarious, touching celebration of femininity and ageing with an important message.
A pensive exploration of the effect of disagreement on key relational bonds.
Funny and emotive two-hander, exploring a woman’s struggle with a phobia and its consequent effect on her marriage.
A high-end comedy night with a well-balanced line-up.
Well-written and amusing, but basic in staging and performance.
An unusual musical with original Scottish tunes.
Two plays with inter-locking stories that need to be experienced as a whole.
Informative, fun journey from these ambassadors of alcohol
South African choir deliver an uplifting, energetic, and involving show.
A theatrical yet cinematic experience that brings the backstage onstage.
Well-written, on point musical comedy, carrying an impassioned message
An exploration of feminism, transgenderism and femininity.
A thought provoking, witty and involving exploration of celebrity psychics.
Sheridan Smith is utterly mesmerising in top class, large scale musical.
Site-specific promenade theatre that takes us on an adventure through Edinburgh Zoo
An enjoyable, up-to-date farce, with a surprising serving of pathos