This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre: Top Tickets

This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre: Top Tickets

Still showing at the Festival Theatre is the sensational Mary Poppins, the magical story of the world’s favourite Nanny arriving on Cherry Tree Lane. This crowd-pleasing production has been triumphantly and spectacularly brought to the stage with dazzling choreography, incredible effects and unforgettable songs. At the Playhouse this week, catch Annie, the world’s favourite family musical, starring Elaine C Smith (Rab C Nesbitt, Burdz Eye View) as the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. If it’s dance you crave, then look…

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This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre: Top Tickets

This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre: Top Tickets

It’s all about the bass in Edinburgh theatres this week. Fans of Michael Jackson can hear his peerless pop songbook at the Festival Theatre as Thriller Live – a show that’s been around for a decade now – returns to the Capital. At the Royal Lyceum, I Am Thomas is a wildly comic and provocative piece of music theatre, while The Producers, at the Church Hill Theatre, is Edinburgh Music Theatre’s take on the riotous musical comedy which…

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This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre, Top Tickets

This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre, Top Tickets

If there’s one thing we like, it’s variety – and that’s exactly what’s on offer in Edinburgh’s theatres this week. For death-defying stunts, look no further than the spectacular Cirque Berserk at the Festival Theatre. Over at the Playhouse, meanwhile, Simply The Best Divas is a hit-packed show that’s better than all the rest (see what we did there?). And for those still to see it, Arthur Miller’s classic play, The Crucible, enters its penultimate…

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This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre, Top Tickets

This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre, Top Tickets

After a typically slow start to the year, things are really starting to pick up pace on the theatre front. At the Festival Theatre, the acclaimed James Plays, produced by the National Theatre of Scotland, return, while the Lyceum presents The Weir, Conor McPherson’s moving, elegiac tale. And there’s plenty more for theatre-lovers to enjoy besides, as you’ll see below. James I: The Key Will Keep The Lock Bold and irreverent storytelling explores the complex character of…

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