WE HAVE CHANGED OUR NAME TO CAPITAL THEATRES
The name change reflects the growth of the organisation and the need to establish a recognisable ‘home’ brand for our three theatre venues. The website is now www.capitaltheatres.com.
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Calendar Girls the Musical
2 - 13 Oct
Tue 23 to Sat 27 Oct
Tue 23 to Sat 27 October | King's Theatre
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Mon 12 to Sat 17 November | King's Theatre
Tue 22 January to Sat 16 February
Deceit and deception; trickery and disguise – and all in the name of love. Dashing young Count Almaviva falls desperately in love with the ravishing Rosina, locked away by her lecherous guardian Dr Bartolo – who has designs on her himself, as soon as she comes of age…
Trailblazing choreographer and director Wayne McGregor has been radically redefining dance in the modern era with his own company, at The Royal Ballet where he has been Resident Choreographer since 2006, and internationally. He has an unmistakable visual style that pushes the body to ever greater virtuosity.
A new solo work by Akram Khan, marking the great dancer's final performances in a full-length production.
Ingenious optical illusions, sumptuous video projections and unstoppable comedy.
Don't miss Garbage Version 2.0 at the Festival Theatre this September, plus special guests Honeyblood.
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Vanessa Kirby (The Crown, NT Live: A Streetcar Named Desire) and Eric Kofi Abrefa (The Amen Corner) feature in the cast of this brand new production, directed by Carrie Cracknell (NT Live: The Deep Blue Sea) and broadcast live from the National Theatre to cinemas.
A spectacular evening featuring a stunning showcase of high level acrobatics, tumble and dance.
The only way is Windsor in this new production of Shakespeare's merry comedy.
The unforgettable individuals who make up the company provide exclusive backstage access and amazing dance performance.
I Am Standing Up represents Rob Brydon’s first stand up tour since his sell out national tour and West End run of 2009.
The Festival Theatre, King's Theatre and The Studio, Edinburgh are managed by Capital Theatres, 13 / 29 Nicolson Street Edinburgh, EH8 9FT. Registered Scottish Charity SC018605.
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