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Review: The Pantomime Adventures of Peter Pan

If you’re looking for a psychedelic trip without the drugs… Edinburgh Panto is for you. This fun filled jaunt into catchy songs, colour, strobe lighting (perhaps too much), and a…

Review: Twice-Born at the Scottish Ballet

The rare experience of watching two choreographers in one show is one of wonder and intensity. The Scottish Ballet’s production ‘Twice-Born’ brings together the UK premiere of Cayetano Soto’s ‘Schachmatt’…

Review: Wake Up!

As someone who’s interested in disabled-led work, I was really excited to get to see ‘Wake Up’, a triple bill of plays produced by Solar Bear, a theatre company focussed…

Review: Matthew Bourne’s Romeo + Juliet

If you love ballet, and Matthew Bourne’s choreographically complex interpretations, then you will love this as one of the most ambitious, but if you love Shakespeare, and are looking for…

Review: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Looking around the auditorium before this show began, I was able to discern two demographics: the under 10s, giddy and excited, sat between somewhat reluctant looking mums and dads, and…

Review: The Stamping Ground

The Stamping Ground is a new musical featuring the songs of Runrig and described by writer Morna Young as “a story of love, life and the land.” Annie and Euan…

Hamilton Coming to Edinburgh

The internationally recognised and nominated musical, written by Lin-Manuel Miranda is set to be touring in the UK for the first time ever, spending a 9-week stint at The Festival…

Review: Rambert Dance’s Peaky Blinders

Coming to both Peaky Blinders and Rambert Dance for the first time I was perhaps not the intended audience for this spectacle. However, this was no matter for this two-hour…