A slow paced show that plays fast and loose with its dark original.
When it comes to musicals, I confess to their not being my favourite genre. I attend them in hope and sometimes get a surprise. Was tonight to be one of those nights? Sadly not.
It certainly is a small world. Quite extraordinary whom one can meet by chance, when travelling far from home.
Love 2.0 is a darkly comic new play all about love, hook-ups, Facebook and Simply Red.
An event for dementia friendly audiences was held at the Festival Theatre Edinburgh on Monday 16 February in collaboration with Edinburgh’s Health and Social Care Partnership and Alzheimer Scotland.
Night Fever does not generate a lot of warmth amongst the first night audience.
From the opening bars of Jan Komarek’s remarkable soundscape, we sense we are about to explore unusual territory.
A simply sublime evening of animation shorts climaxes with a Skype call to the men of the moment and a live connection to the BAFTA party down at Kensington Palace.
Robert Morgan presented a disturbing selection of animations that were literally made of the stuff of nightmares.
For the first time, Bard in the Botanics, Scotland’s only dedicated Shakespeare company, is to undertake a fourteen venue nationwide tour.
“And she was mine, she was mine, the key was in my fist, my fist was in my pocket, she was mine…You see, she had absolutely nowhere else to go.”
- Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita
Edinburgh-based Claire Lamond presents an emotional programme of animation shorts that leave you pondering the wider implications of the intimate, often painful, human stories she tells.
As traditional ballets go, it doesn’t get much better than the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s staging of Coppélia.
The Manipulate Festival is now in its eighth year and its animation strand continues to expand, this year introducing a welcome opportunity to discuss individual screenings with the animators who crea
This performance was billed as a Triple Bill.
Hidden Door Arts Festival, which last year stepped behind the drab frontages of the Market Street Vaults and produced one of the most innovative arts events to occur in Edinburgh outside of August.
Award winning French company Vélo Théâtre is lighting up this year’s manipulate Festival (albeit using a small galaxy of 40 watt bulbs!
Sabine Molenaar takes on the challenge of presenting physically the metaphysical in That’s It.
Festival Director, Fergus Linehan has unveiled the classical music programme at the heart of the Edinburgh International Festival in 2015.
Broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 Robert Schumann’s Symphonette, or short symphony, opened the concert. It set us with the mood for the night with its Overture, Scherzo and Finale.
This year’s annual international visual theatre festival, manipulate is now in its 8th year.