Posts Tagged ‘Assembly’

Edinburgh – How To Win Against History

During last year’s Edinburgh Fringe I saw How to Win Against History in the Assembly Box, an intimate shipping container with 80 seats.  This year it’s moved up in the world to the Assembly Piccolo, a 200 seat tent in a beautiful, traditional style with bench seating.  Billed as a musical but really a play with… Continue Reading →

One day in Edinburgh

How to spend one day at the Edinburgh Fringe*?  I tend to stay at Pollock Halls, one of the few affordable places in Edinburgh if you want to sleep in a bed.  There’s also the huge buffet breakfast, perfect to start the day.  From there it’s a short walk to Summerhall. First show would be… Continue Reading →

Edinburgh – Once

Physical Theatre company Derevo bring their classic piece Once to the Assembly George Square Theatre. A fairy tale dedicated to the eternal child living in us all … a groundbreaking masterpiece of love, longing and laughter. Drawing on dance, physical theatre, mime and elements of clowning, Once charts a doomed love affair that stretches our imagination…. Continue Reading →