Edinburgh festival 2009

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Mackenzie Taylor obituary

Comedian who helped to raise awareness of bipolar disorder

Bruce Dessau

25, Nov, 2010 @6:31 PM

The Fairy Queen; Emerson Quartet | Classical review
Usher Hall/Queen's Hall, Edinburgh
The Sixteen's theatrical take on Purcell's score was pleasant, while the Emerson Quartet's flashy virtuosity was frustrating, writes Andrew Clements

Andrew Clements

06, Sep, 2009 @9:15 PM

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Scottish Ballet | Dance review

Edinburgh Playhouse
An eclectic programme showcased the robust company's ample physical abilities, says Alice Bain

Alice Bain

06, Sep, 2009 @9:00 PM

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Michael Clark Company | Dance review

Edinburgh Playhouse
This new show, inspired by glam rock-era Bowie, is Michael Clark's most pleasurable production in years, says Luke Jennings

Luke Jennings

05, Sep, 2009 @11:05 PM

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Peter and Wendy, The Testament of Cresseid, The Yalta Game | Theatre reviews

Edinburgh Festival
Susannah Clapp sees Victorian children take wing in a puppet Peter Pan. Elsewhere, a powerful love story in Scots, plus Brian Friel at the top of his game

Susannah Clapp

05, Sep, 2009 @11:05 PM

DSO/Metzmacher | Classical review
Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Bach was the theme of this Baroque exploration – but sometimes his finer details were lost along the way, writes Rowena Smith

Rowena Smith

04, Sep, 2009 @10:00 PM

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Peter and Wendy | Theatre review

Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh
The full emotive power of this puppet production knocks Mark Fisher for six

Mark Fisher

04, Sep, 2009 @10:43 AM

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The next step for fringe shows after the Edinburgh festival | Andrew Haydon

Andrew Haydon: The post-festival life of some plays is pretty much secured before August, but not all productions fare as well outside the fringe environment

Andrew Haydon

02, Sep, 2009 @1:11 PM

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Showstopper! | Theatre review

George Square Theatre, Edinburgh
The ingenuity of a cast who can improvise an entire musical on any subject, in any style, leaves Lyn Gardner open-mouthed in admiration

Lyn Gardner

01, Sep, 2009 @10:00 PM

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Afterplay | Theatre review

King's Theatre, Edinburgh
Brian Friel brings Chekhov's lost souls together for vodka and gloom, writes Mark Fisher

Mark Fisher

01, Sep, 2009 @8:30 PM

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Farewell, fringe. Hello, in-tray | AL Kennedy

AL Kennedy: After a heady month publicly hymning the joys of writing, it's back to doing some

AL Kennedy

01, Sep, 2009 @3:05 PM

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Edinburgh festival podcast: Dominic West and Ivo Graham

In our final podcast, Miles Jupp is joined by The Wire's Dominic West, Bridget Christie, Sarah Millican and Peter Duncan. Plus, there's comedy from Stephen Carlin and Carl Donnelly

Miles Jupp

01, Sep, 2009 @2:12 PM

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