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Alas, poor Yorick, I knew him well! Live stage shows in Central Scotland, be they Shakespeare or avant-garde.

Cockpit @ The Edinburgh Lyceum 6th - 28th October 2017

Wils Wilson's adaptation of Bridget Boland's 1948 play is an ambitious and compelling call to action for the world's ethnicities to set aside their differences.

Cockpit Bridget Boland logo

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: The End, the End, the End… @ Venue 13

This surreal piece of confrontational, experimental multimedia theatre is overwhelming and intense… both in a good and bad way.

The End The End The End Teddy Ruxpin



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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: The Waiting Game @ Greenside

Emotive and well-characterised production from Snowy Owl revolving around four gay men - one of whom is in a coma.

The Waiting Game by Snowy Owl Group

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Places @ New Town Theatre

Romy Nordlinger gives a powerhouse performance as lesbian silent movie actress Alla Nazimova in this one-woman multimedia show.

Romy Nordlinger as Alla Nazimova in Places

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Catherine and Anita @ Assembly Rooms

Sarah Roy plays Catherine in an elaborate puzzle portraying a psychologically-damaged character.

Catherine and Anita poster

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Binari @ C venues C royale

Mac Company's second play at the Fringe is a fitting companion piece to Kokdu, and in many ways is more accessible to the uninitiated.

Binari centres around a Korean mask play

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Kokdu: The Soul Mate @ Assembly Hall

Korean folk music tale is well worth catching for those with an interest in world cultures and afterlife rituals.

Kokdu at Edinburgh Fringe 2017

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Losers @ Underbelly

This caustic satire on reality and talent shows isn't for the squeamish, but is undeniably well-pitched.

The four contestants are Losers, at Underbelly for Edinburgh Fringe 2017

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Hidden Door Festival: SURGE - The Mash Collective @ Leith Theatre, Edinburgh 26th-28th May 2017

This joyous, playful yet misty-eyed mime performance tied together the acts during the first three days of the Hidden Door Festival.

Surge at Leith Theatre for the Hidden Door Festival

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Scorch @ Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh 12th May 2017

An involving and unusual one-woman show looking at gender identity.

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