A version of ‘Both Sides of Tweed’, Dick Gaughan’s song of mutual English-Scottish respect prefaced ‘Rantin’, thus promising well for this piece, self-identified as ‘ceilidh-theatre’, deliberately set
This week the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is celebrating its 40th birthday.
The Edinburgh International Festival is looking for a new official Festival Photographer for 2014.
The Manipulate Festival continued on Wednesday night with a doublebill from Priit Pärn.
Manipulate is already at the mid-point of its Edinburgh run and the Traverse is buzzing and enjoying a packed house for this Double Bill.
A brand new take on an age old theme.
The Traverse Theatre has been host to the annual manipulate Festival for six of its seven year existence and Monday night saw it kicked off again in great style in the Traverse Bar.
The annual manipulate Festival of puppetry and animation aims "to entertain, intrigue and inspire” and certainly Seas of Organillo did just that.
Following an 18-month consultation period, revived plans to develop a gap site in the Edinburgh Old Town were approved by the City of Edinburgh Council’s Development Ma
Scotland’s first complete map and dataset of Scotland's native woodlands was revealed yesterday (Monday).
Edinburgh's St Andrew Square has been carpeted in light orbs as part of a new contemporary exhibition entitled Field of Light.
It’s a somewhat down-at-heel and down-in-the-mouth Cupid (Mart Müürisepp?) - the reason for uncertainty arises from the recent practice of listing company members without specifying role) on whom the
Evita is a musical with a mighty reputation.
Tightlaced steps loosely round a pivotal piece of history. Susanna Mulvihill has again undertaken an ambitious piece of work with her latest production, 1933: Eine Nacht im Kabarett.
The British premiere of Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize play, “Long Day’s Journey into Night” was staged at the Royal Lyceum in the Edinburgh Festival 1958.
From fragile foal to stalwart steed, War Horse takes us on a moving journey showing the bond of love and loyalty between a boy and his horse.
This year is set to be a historically important one for Scotland and the National Theatre of Scotland’s 2014 Programme season holds promise to match the political theatre ahead.
Three momentous plays for a momentous a year in Scotland.
After Edinburgh welcomed in the New Year with a stellar cast of homegrown talent, one act in particular is causing a real stir for the children and young people at The BIG Project, in Broomhouse.