Ed Theatres

REVIEW – Peter Pan, King’s Theatre


Yes, it’s that time of year again (oh yes it is) and the staple in our Christmas calendar that is a visit to the family-friendly pantomime at the King’s Theatre, where this year’s production is Peter Pan. Michael Harrison has co-written this year’s show with panto veteran Allan Stewart, who also stars and excels in […]

NEWS – John Byrne’s mural for the King’s Theatre dome unveiled

John Byrne’s mural for the King’s Theatre dome unveiled The Festival City Theatres Trust is delighted to unveil the John Byrne commission ‘All the World’s a Stage’, the acclaimed painter and playwright’s mural for the King’s Theatre dome. Painted on the 85m2 dome of the Viennese Baroque auditorium, the artwork is a stunning new focal […]

REVIEW – Driving Miss Daisy, King’s Theatre Edinburgh


By Danielle Farrow Director David Esbjornson here revives Alfred Uhry’s Driving Miss Daisy in a production that is beautifully designed and allows incidences in the lives of a Jewish woman and an African American man in Georgia to shine with their own frictions and connections without over-sentimentality or hard hammering-home of weighty concerns. Those concerns […]