It must be a difficult job satirising politicians. Not to tarnish them all with the same brush or anything, but they really are self-satirising.
Vision Mechanics' gripping drama set in a garden. A spooky, outdoors performance which uses tricks of the light and darkness to tell a story of the shadows that lurk in our subconscious.
A dramatic and powerful new play by Scottish writer David Hutchison.
The Edinburgh International Festival, which ends tonight with the traditional, explosive finale of the
There is something fishy going down at Fingers. New Town has become New York for a cabaret tale of a restaurant for recessionary times.
This is the story of Robert Johnson’s experience of working as a guide at Dachau, the Nazi concentration camp – a job that nobody aspires to.
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?
There is something so infinitely wonderful about puppetry.
Having briefly worked in a call centre and able to remember the almost unbearable agony of pre cigarette break clock watching, it is with a misty air of nostalgia and curiosity that I sit before a
The audience may have been slightly unsure what to expect from Russian director, Dmitry Krymov’s Laboratory “Designer” version of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy.&