A dramatic and powerful new play by Scottish writer David Hutchison.
Sitting in the plush, gilded and chandeliered interior of the Royal Lyceum Theatre, a bevelled double mirror on stage is like a giant, distorting looking glass, reflecting a section of the audience and setting the tone for the questions about to be posed: Where are you? Who are you? What you are doing? Why are you doing it?
The film Casablanca is part of every individual's memoryscape who is aged 50 and above.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been swept off my feet. But tonight, my heart remembered the joyous call of love. My insides were in all kinds of a flutter.
The Music Box takes us into the mind of a child who has been shielded from the outside world by an overly defensive mother.
The old sink in the corner of the Anatomy Lecture Theatre at Summerhall is the accidental prop that reveals the relentless handwashing just off stage by Maureen Beattie’s unnamed character be
To take the words of children and put them in the mouths of adults makes for an exciting and revealing hour of theatre, courtesy of Chris Goo
A group of actors are discovered on stage, straw tails attached to their rears, pawing the ground, whinnying and only a little cowed when an actual horse is brought amongst them.
After the resounding success of his satirical, romantic comedy, Private Lives, Noel Coward decided on an ambitious theatrical concept to entice an audience, not just once, but night after nig