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A full house enjoyed a great evening of christmas panto full. For an amateur company the quality of performance is outstanding. Superb singing from the fairy of the ring, great humour from a larger than life widow twanky and the wee sidekick to Sofar stole...More
Went to see Oklahoma at this theatre. An amateur production but well presented and the characters of Ali Hakim and Ado Annie were particularly well acted. It was put on by the Edinbirgh G&S society so, as you'd expect, the choral singing was particularly strong....More
Came here to see Flight, which was shown at the back of the theatre. In the main building, the bar area had really comfy sofas. Perfect for chilling before our performance started. Flight was awesome too.
Our first visit to this impressive building in the Morningside area of the City. Built as a Baptist chapel in the late Victorian period and now a busy theatre venue which includes several official Festival events. The event we attended took place inside a darkened...More
It's been a long time since I went to the panto, but the presentation by the Edinburgh People's Theatre was great fun. The way they involved the kids made the show. Even I got involved booing the villain.
Went to Me an My Girl by EDGAS company (The Edinburgh Gilbert and Sullivan Society), an amateur production. The show was outstanding! Excellent performance! Uplifting songs and The Lambeth Walk in particular is an absolute triumph
The theatre offers seating for about 360 visitors. The...More
Went to afternoon matinee of Sunshine on Leith by Allegro company. Excellent performance in a very cosy, intimate auditorium. With only a little over 300 seats you have an excellent view wherever you sit & the seats are comfortable. There are also spaces for wheelchairs...More