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Venue: Edinburgh Festival Theatre

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AddressEdinburgh
Scotland
EH8 9FT
United Kingdom
Google maps55° 56' 47.982" N 3° 11' 7.332" W
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Mahler’s Light Shines On at the Edinburgh Festival

Thomas Søndergård © Edinburgh International Festival
A reduced RSNO with Thomas Søndergård shows a brave arrangement of the Seventh Symphony in a filmed performance.
****1
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Scottish Ballet's The Snow Queen leaves Edinburgh feeling festive

Constance Devernay (Snow Queen) and Andrew Peasgood (Kai) © Andy Ross

Scottish Ballet’s The Snow Queen at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre retells the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale while maintaining the wintry wonder that makes the story so beloved.

****1
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Richard Alston Dance Company's Final Edition

Nicholas Shikkis and Elly Braund in Voices and Light Footsteps © Chris Nash
It is sad that Final Edition will be Richard Alston dance company's final tour, but it is a fantastic production to leave us with.
****1
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Asmik Grigorian wows as Tatyana in Komische Oper Eugene Onegin

Asmik Grigorian (Tatyana) © Ryan Buchanan

Barrie Kosky’s visually stunning and very finely sung Eugene Onegin from Komische Oper reaches Edinburgh, a triumphant showcase for soprano Asmik Grigorian.

****1
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Scottish Ballet's Cinderella lights up Edinburgh

Roses in Scottish Ballet's Cinderella © Andy Ross
A welcome revival of Christopher Hampson's imaginative reworking of this perennial fairy tale 
***11
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Bourne’s Swan lake revival will have audiences flocking to it

© Johan Persson
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake was controversial twenty-three years ago. These days it seems pretty tame - but the swans aren't!
****1
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La Cenerentola in Edinburgh: comic direction to savour

Taylor Stayton, Nikolay Borchev, Michèle Losier, Renato Girolami © Xavi Montojo
Herheim pulls us in unexpected directions, makes us laugh and makes us think as we enjoy fine Rossinian music and singing in Opéra de Lyon's production.
****1
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Wayne McGregor's Autobiography at the Edinburgh Festival

Autobiography © Ryan Buchanan
At Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre, Wayne McGregor explores what it means to have a life story in Autobiography for the Edinburgh International Festival.
***11
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