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Festival Theatre

The directions Laurent Pelly takes familiar works in, and the designs he gives them, are always pretty revelatory. That’s true of his Barber of...

Festival City Theatres Trust, the charitable body that runs Edinburgh's Festival, King's and Studio theatres, is changing its name to Capital Theatres from March...

Hans Christian Andersen's story of a broken tin soldier, rejected by his owner, is given an inclusive twist in this new staging by Birds...

A major Edinburgh theatre trust has joined up with the city's Queen Margaret University in a bid to develop new talent and support the wider creative...

Mark-Anthony Turnage's opera adaptation of Steven Berkoff's Greek, a tale of joyfully racist cockneys and the rotting underbelly of the collapsing English state, is...

Crackling with colour and wit, but preying on the darkest parental fears, Scottish Ballet's revival of Christopher Hampson's Hansel and Gretel is tighter than it ever was during...

Sublime musicianship collides with a staging that is about as close to the bone as you can get in this compelling, heart-rending take on...

A new youth company that will offer free training to emerging performers is being launched in Scotland, which seeks to increase access for disadvantaged young...

Deceptively simple, Richard Medrington's take on JRR Tolkien's short story, Leaf by Niggle, finds layers of meaning and hope in a tale that is...
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