Birds with Skymirrors is an adventurous, uncompromising show by Samoan choreographer Lemi Ponifasio.

2010 is the centenary year of the founding of the Margaret Morris Movement, the training method of Modern Dance,  which continues to be taught in a series of MMM schools across the world today

The theatre is a black box setting and is filled with the sound of plaintive strings.

Ghillie Dhu is a splendid, new, high-ceilinged venue, with a long mirrored bar reminiscent of Manet’s A Bar at the Folies- Bergère.

Martin Creed won the prestigious Turner Prize in 2001 for “The Lights Going On and Off (work 227).”  As well as being a visual artist, Creed is a musician, writer and film-maker, inspired by all aspects of the arts, performance and popular culture.

This one woman show narrates the story of a Canadian girl’s visit to London when invited to take part in a summer art course for a group of the most talented students and to exhibit their wo

In 2009 the Beijing Film Academy brought an acclaimed multimedia production of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” to the Fringe.

The American dancer Isadora Duncan is perhaps remembered for her tragic early death aged 50 in 1927 in a freak accident.

Celebrating its 40th birthday (and a new £11 million Glasgow home), it is timely indeed for Scottish Ballet to be invited back to the EIF with a triple bill spanning 60 years of classical ballet and contemporary dance.

Walking down to my seat in the front stalls, I quickly see that the Playhouse is packed up to the Gods.