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From the classics to brand new shows, although one of the smaller strands there are some great musicals to choose from within the Edinburgh Fringe, some staged on a grand scale, others more intimate affairs. For fans of opera the Edinburgh International Festival should be your destination with a great selection of full operas and opera concerts.
Guy Retallack: A musical retelling of the 'thrill killers' crime
Guy Retallack: A musical retelling of the 'thrill killers' crime

26 July 2014

The true story of Leopold and Loeb, the so called ‘thrill killers’ of 1920s Chicago, has inspired several films and plays, perhaps most...

3 To See ED2014: Musical Adaptations
3 To See ED2014: Musical Adaptations

23 July 2014

And so to our second instalment of picks from the musicals section of the Fringe, and this time ThreeWeeks Co-Editor Caro Moses has...

HiBROW and Odeon take the Fringe to the UK's cinema screens
HiBROW and Odeon take the Fringe to the UK's cinema screens

19 July 2014

HiBROW, a digital venture that documents the arts online, has announced an alliance with the Odeon group which will see highlights from this...

3 To See ED2014: New musicals
3 To See ED2014: New musicals

16 July 2014

ThreeWeeks Co-Editor Caro Moses has been perusing the Fringe's musical theatre programme in search of brand new musicals for your delectation, and she's managed...

 
Look out for reviews of the musicals programme at Festival 2014 here from early August.

  • Izzard to lead multinational comedy gala
  • 3 To See ED2014: Storytelling theatre shows
  • Natasha Gilmore: Alternative perspectives
  • Chris Turner: Standing up, not digging down
  • 3 To See ED2014: ThreeWeeks approved comedy
  • Guy Retallack: A musical retelling of the ‘thrill killers’ crime
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