A guru of the Unco Guid gets his comeuppance in fine style!
Running for over 25 years to full, engrossed audiences, The Woman in Black is a blue print for the school of if-it-ain't-broke-don't-fix-it theatre.
Big name Scottish stars Brian Cox and Bill Paterson are to help the Royal Lyceum celebrate its 50th Anniversary as they play together in Beckett’s classic Waiting for Godot at the start of t
A dark soup that fails to warm the heart.
Two Weddings and a bevvy!
A delightful hour of custom made films for children.
As the curtain rises on Wednesday night, the Big Band strikes up and Allan Stewart launches into foot-tapping-happy-go-lucky mood, with “Bring me Sunshine”.
Director Bob Tomson tones down the glamour and some of the passion of this rock opera, but Jesus Christ Superstar still rocks nonetheless, even after all these years.
A new look at Lorca.
More than the ceiling comes crashing down in this scissor sharp black comedy.
Potential Difference is an exhibition organised by Karen Halliday(see image , a Reader at Edinburgh University , the exhibition aims to examine socio-cultural aspects of science, with a focus on gende
A precision machine oiled with gallons of talent!
Guitar and drums duos in rock ‘n’ roll are having a slight purple patch at the moment.
Frugal funeral preparations are underway in the living room of Katya (Jill Riddiford) as she and her heavily pregnant daughter Oksana (Jenny Hulse) get the food ready for 60 guests on an improbably sm
In its brief, nine year history The National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) has become a major theatrical producing force on the Scottish, UK and international stage, with a reputation as a creator of worl
It’s only March, but already the Lyceum has Christmas in its sights!
Tony Roper’s play is the star of this personality-packed show, and the sell-out audience at Brunton hangs on to every word.
As we learn, in a rather sinister fashion, that ‘games have consequences’, a fresh eye and a lighter touch nevertheless exposes the absurd in Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler.
The National Theatre’s multi award-winning production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time makes its Scottish debut at the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh this Spring as part of
On the day of Pope John Paul XXIII’s visit to Glasgow, Barr and Ranald are busy attempting to steal the communion chalice from a Catholic church in Croy.
Sterling cast ‘produces’ the goods at the Festival Theatre.