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Is £5 ART?

Is £5 ART?

Or is it flyposting?:
Creative Electric creativity got too electric when the youth theatre company got stopped by the police this week for trying to give away money in the Grassmarket as part of its new ART? initiative.

March 13, 2015 | By | Reply More
It’s A Treat

It’s A Treat

New guerilla arts project from Creative Electric:
Young theatre company Creative Electric is launching a new guerilla arts project this Sunday, with pop-up performances of experimental show Treat.

March 8, 2015 | By | Reply More
Join Creative Electric’s next step

Join Creative Electric’s next step

Hot from winning a major award at the Stockholm Fringe Festival, Edinburgh’s Creative Electric theatre company are looking for new young performers to join up.

September 3, 2013 | By | Reply More
Review – Auditory Hallucinations

Review – Auditory Hallucinations

Is it play or a play? Actually it is both, and as such is a fascinating, exuberant and thought-provoking piece of immersive theatre. Creative Elective live up to their name with chort immersive piece: Auditory Hallucinations.

May 4, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Bongo gets stay of execution

Bongo gets stay of execution

Iconic club venue to stay at Moray House until January 2013 By Thom Dibdin The Bongo Club and The University of Edinburgh have agreed to extend the Club’s tenancy at its current home at Moray House in Holyrood Road. The Club will stay until 15 January 2013. The arrangement – offered by the University – […]

June 22, 2012 | By | Reply More
Bongo Club faces eviction

Bongo Club faces eviction

Landlord gives notice to quite Moray House in September:

Edinburgh’s Bongo Club is under notice of closure as its landlords, Edinburgh University, plan to terminate its lease and transform the venue into office accommodation.

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Æ preview – The Beautiful Game’s most beautiful game…

Æ preview – The Beautiful Game’s most beautiful game…

Heroic Endeavour Trumps Outrageous Villainy at the Bongo Club By Thom Dibdin As Scotland’s football referees go on strike for the weekend, Edinburgh’s stages are host to a reminder of a first class game in which a clear and obvious foul went unpunished. A Scot, Robert Valentine, was on the touchline but it was Dutch […]

November 26, 2010 | By | Reply More
Theatre review – Beating Berlusconi!

Theatre review – Beating Berlusconi!

* * * * Bongo Club By Thom Dibdin There’s a real celebratory vibe down at the Bongo Club just now, as John Davies’ “play of two halves”, Beating Berlusconi! plays for two nights only. Football, working class politics, comedy, theatre and a great long shaggy dog story all combine to create a great night […]

March 3, 2010 | By | 1 Reply More
Preview for the week: 1 – 7 March, 2010

Preview for the week: 1 – 7 March, 2010

By Thom Dibdin Things are looking a little brighter on Edinburgh’s stages this week with a spot of hot football action down at the Bongo Club, always a great venue for fringe shows, TV’s Dinnerladies making their stage transfer up at the King’s, a quartet of classical ballets coming to the Playhouse and the new […]

March 1, 2010 | By | Reply More