Edinburgh International Festival

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The End of Eddy

The End of Eddy is a coming of age, autobiographical gay narrative written by the French author Edouard Louis and adapted for the stage by Pamela Cart...
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Midsummer

Midsummer is a 2008 play written by David Grieg, revised here for the Edinburgh International Festival in a production directed by JMK winner Kate Hew...
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La Maladie de la Mort

La Maladie de la Mort is another collaboration between the playwright Alice Birch and the director Katie Mitchell - perhaps Britain’s most highly reno...
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Waiting for Godot

Samuel Beckett’s transformational and radical play, Waiting for Godot, is a key part of the global theatrical canon.  Performed countless times around...
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Meet me at Dawn

In this rewriting of the Greek myth of Eurydice and Orpheus, the poet who attempted to bring the woman he loved back from the dead...
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Rhinoceros

With this new production of Rhinoceros, Zinnie Harris and Turkish director Murat Daltaban reaffirm the political potency of Ionesco’s fable...
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Richard III

Karl Marx famously opined that it is not people’s consciousness that determines their existence but their social existence that determines their consc...
Scottish Ballet at Edinburgh International Festival
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Scottish Ballet

Scottish Ballet’s double bill of UK premieres at the Edinburgh International Festival offers two brooding, uncompromising contemporary pieces. First i...
Alan Cumming Sappy songs
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Sappy Songs

Alan Cumming’s ‘Sappy Songs’ at The Hub is a treat from start to finish. A consummate entertainer, Cumming regales with tall and no so tall tales abou...