My Edinburgh: Worbey and Farrell

My Edinburgh: Worbey and Farrell

Worbey and Farrell are internationally acclaimed concert pianists with a wicked sense of humour. The Edinburgh-based duo have performed in over 150 countries and achieved millions of hits on YouTube with their utterly sensational piano playing and barnstorming blend of sparky humour. The accredited Steinway ensemble bring to the Usher Hall on Thursday 30 November their astonishing arrangements of the world’s greatest music. Expect exhilarating rhapsodies, dazzling toccatas, beguiling boogie-woogies and sensational piano-playing. The ingenuity of…

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High 5, with Callum Beattie

High 5, with Callum Beattie

Edinburgh-born Callum Beattie has been a well-known name on the local scene for years now – but 2017 has been his breakout year. After around a decade of performing across the Scottish capital, Beattie gained heaps of critical acclaim following the release of his debut EP, We Are Stars, in March. The former Radio Forth One To Watch winner will be in live action at Edinburgh’s Liquid Room this Friday night (Nov 18). Ahead of…

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AAA’s Hottest Record of the Week: Beck, Up All Night

AAA’s Hottest Record of the Week: Beck, Up All Night

Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Beck has just unveiled a new mix of Up All Night from his forthcoming album Colours – and it’s AAA’s hottest record of the week. The musical chameleon will release his thirteenth studio album on October 13, and he paired the announcement of his latest LP with the release of the single Dear Life last month. Colours is now available to pre-order from Beck’s official website and will be released as a limited…

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Edinburgh Fringe: Sara Juli (Tense Vagina: an actual diagnosis), interview

Edinburgh Fringe: Sara Juli (Tense Vagina: an actual diagnosis), interview

Using humour, movement, song and the audience, Sara Juli reveals all that is awesome and all that sucks when it comes to being a mother. Tense Vagina is a show about the beauty, challenges, isolation and influence motherhood has on the human experience. Focusing on the taboo aspects of motherhood: loneliness, tears and dildos, the hilarious narrative is anchored in the physical therapy Juli received at the Pelvic Floor Rehab Center of New England for…

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Edinburgh Fringe: Elissa Churchill (NewsRevue), interview

Edinburgh Fringe: Elissa Churchill (NewsRevue), interview

Guinness World Record-breaking, Fringe First-winning, Perrier finalist, news-based song and sketch show. In need of a cathartic dose of comic exasperation? Book now for the longest-running live comedy show in the world. Flawlessly delivered by a four-strong, tooth-achingly talented cast expertly accompanied by an on-stage musical director. All in the spirit of free expression with brand new material each year. Expect to hear about the demise of democracy, Brexit and, of course, the unavoidable Trump!…

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Edinburgh Fringe: Nicola Wren (Replay)

Edinburgh Fringe: Nicola Wren (Replay)

Replay. When a fiercely independent, workaholic police officer finds herself on the street where her brother once lived, she is propelled back to her vibrant childhood and forced to confront a tremendous loss. Replay is an intimate, funny and moving new monologue, written by Nicola Wren (501 Things I Do in My Bedroom) and brought to you by Edinburgh Fringe favourites DugOut Theatre (Swansong, The Sunset Five and Inheritance Blues). AAA caught up with Nicola…

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Edinburgh Fringe: Great British Mysteries? Q&A

Edinburgh Fringe: Great British Mysteries? Q&A

Do you like mysteries? Are you the sort of person who says: ‘I wonder what that was?’. Then this is the show for you. Join Olive Bacon (Supernaturalist) and Dr Teddy Tyrell (Scorpio), in this live mockumentary adventure investigating monsters, myths and Noel Edmonds. Prepare to be mildly unnerved. This is the first show by Will Close and Rose Robinson as The Cloak & Dagger Club, directed by Joseph Hancock. They have been seen and…

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Edinburgh Fringe: Kate McWilliam (No Show), interview

Edinburgh Fringe: Kate McWilliam (No Show), interview

New contemporary all-female circus from award-winning director Ellie Dubois. What do you expect when you go to the circus? The glitzy smiles, the glitter of sequins, the drum rolls as performers effortlessly perform death-defying acts? No Show joyously and heartbreakingly reveals what lies hidden beneath the showmanship. There will be desperate attempts and heroic failures, glorious achievements, bruised bodies and egos. No Show goes behind the flawless smiles and perfect execution to showcase the wobbles,…

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Edinburgh Fringe: Fin Cormack (Fix), interview

Edinburgh Fringe: Fin Cormack (Fix), interview

This a story, from us to you. With lights… and music. This is a tale about love and connection. About the bonds within brains. And the bonds between brains. And stretching them to breaking point. About taking one day at a time. And living for tomorrow. Internationally acclaimed Worklight Theatre present a brand-new ensemble show about addiction. Based on research and interviews with addicts and the people who love or work with them, Fix follows…

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Edinburgh Fringe: Stephen Bailey, interview

Edinburgh Fringe: Stephen Bailey, interview

Following his sell-out debut tour and appearances on ITV’s Safeword, Channel 5’s Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side and W’s Celebrity Advice Bureau, everyone’s favourite ‘guilty pleasure’ returns with another of his infamous gossips. Join Stephen, support for Katherine Ryan on her UK tour, as he tackles everything from celebrity culture to politics, and from dating to working-class family life. AAA caught up with Stephen for a chat in between shows. How has your…

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