FESTIVAL AND KING’S THEATRES’ RELAXED PERFORMANCES FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON @edtheatres

FESTIVAL AND KING’S THEATRES’ RELAXED PERFORMANCES FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON   The Festival City Theatres Trust, which runs the Festival and King’s Theatres, once again expands its programme of relaxed performances for audiences of all ages for the 2017/18 festive season.   Ahead of today’s inclusive performance of Scottish Ballet’s The Nutcracker, the Festival City Theatres Trust…

MUST SEE SHOW @edtheatres Slava’s Snow Show #Review @SlavasSnowshow ‏

The multi award-winning international sensation returns to Edinburgh by popular demand. Having wowed audiences in 2014, this truly unique theatrical adventure is filled with heart, humour and stunning spectacle, promising a breath-taking multisensory delight. A wonder of a show that is equally enjoyed by adults and families alike, Slava’s Snowshow has entertained audiences in over…

Hedda Gaber ~ The Festival Theatre ~ Edinburgh #Review @edtheatres #Theatre

The National Theatre doing Ibsen was never going to be a cheerful affair but even I was a little taken aback by the bleak and seemingly disorganised set as presented in Ivo van Hove latest retelling of Hedda Gabler currently playing at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre. My first and most profound thought was how much the…

Jane Eyre @edtheatres Festival Theatre #Edinburgh #Review #Theatre

I met Jane Eyre for the first time last night in Edinburgh. I do believe she will stay with me forever.  In the National Theatres production, directed by Sally Cookson, the performance run is over a period of 3 hours. The stage is set in a such a simplistic style by Michael Vale but works…