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Review – Agatha Christie’s Love From A Stranger ***

Neither Lucy Bailey's taut direction or Mike Britton's ingenious and brooding lateral-shifting set designs, lit with viscous blood-red menace by Oliver Fenwick, can gainsay...

At the King’s – Double Feature

Double Feature by Phil Differ. A Gilded Balloon production | King’s Theatre Edinburgh |Friday 18 & Saturday 19 May Delightfully pun playing and based on a long time...

Capital Theatres 2018/19 Programme is packed with goodies

This is the first brochure under the new organisational name, Capital Theatres,  as they announce their redesigned Autumn/Winter 2018/19 programme, now available online  or...

Theatre – Sherlock Holmes : The Final Curtain at the...

Monday 28 May to Saturday 2 June 2018 Directed by David Grindley It is Holmes on home territory for Conan Doyle's savant sleuth. Doyle took inspiration...

Theatre preview – Birdsong at The King’s Theatre

Tuesday 8th - 12th May 2018 Few who have read this landmark novel will forget the early explosive erotic scene involving the naive, protagonist Stephen...

Dementia friendly projects at Festival and King’s theatres

The Festival City Theatres Trust, which runs the Festival and King’s Theatres and The Studio in Edinburgh, marks the culmination of three years funding...

Theatre – Allan Stewart’s Big Big Variety Show, King’s Theatre

  27 February –  3 March 2018| King's Theatre Allan Stewart’s Big Big Variety Show is back at the King’s for another fabulous night of comedy...

Theatre – Pressure @ The King’s Theatre

DAVID HAIG TO STAR IN TRUE WARTIME THRILLER PRESSURE
 King’s Theatre | 13-17 February 2018 D Day, June 1944. 350,000 lives depend on the most important weather forecast...

Theatre – King’s and Festival Theatres and the Studio Spring programme...

In an absolutely packed programme the King’s and Festival Theatres and the Studio are showcasing the very best in live drama, dance, comedy and music...

At The King’s Theatre in February – The Weir

  A shadowy tale delving into the dark corners of human lives. Not since Ealing Studios' 1945 modern Gothic montage Dead Of Night, where strangers meeting...