November has, so far, been consistently rainy and cold. So here are five shows coming to Edinburgh this month which (unlike Singin’ in the Rain) will keep you warm and dry for a couple of hours – because theatre is a categorically better way to warm up than staying in and having a bath.Continue reading →
October is a good month for theatre in Edinburgh! I’ve stuck to talking about five shows in this ‘distilled guide’, but picking only five was really difficult. So if, say, there happens to be something going on at the end of the month that you might need a distraction from, theatre is most definitely the answer. Here are my top five
Let’s face it, September is a hard come-down from August’s festivals. Thousands of shows have packed up and abandoned us, it feels way too quiet, and walking across town is usually just… uneventful.
But, before we (and I do mean ‘I’) wallow too much, here are five shows playing in Edinburgh this month which might be able to alleviate some of those post-festival blues.Continue reading →
This is it. The quiet before the storm. August is nearly upon us – but there’s still plenty of time to squeeze in a couple of shows before the Festival begins.
May was a good month for theatre in Edinburgh, but it looks like June is about to knock it out of the park. In this blog, I’ve picked out five productions which look like they’re going to be particularly brilliant.
(Not sure if it’s obvious but, if you try hard enough, you even might be able to tell which one I’m personally most excited about.)
Have you recovered from your May Day celebrations? If, like me, you saw the month in by watching the Beltane Fire Festival atop Calton Hill, you’ll already be getting into the spirit of Summer. And what better way to celebrate that, than to abandon the occasionally-warm weather and head into a darkened theatre?
There’s a lot of great stuff coming to Edinburgh this month, and in this blog I’ve picked out the five productions that I’m most excited about.