Over the course of a 50-minute show, travel through more than 25 years’ experience and see a canvas come to completion.
At the annual award ceremony of the Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland held on Sunday 12 June 2016, Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre and Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre shared the top honours.
‘What Next?’ and What Now?’ make up a double bill presented by Strange Town, which works with young people in Edinburgh to develop and present theatre which reflects their concerns and interests.
The Edinburgh International Book Festival was first “published” in 1983 as a Biennial event and due to its worldwide reputation and popularity, it became an
To a packed Traverse 1 theatre space, this year’s exciting Fringe programme, encased within bright pink pages with a ‘wink’ emoticon, was revealed in style with it
New Zealand conductor Holly Mathieson, currently based in the UK, has been appointed as the Royal Scottish National Orchestra’s new Assistant Conductor, following a recruitment process which attracted
Some twittering birdsong and gentle music welcomes the tiny tots and their parents/carers to this latest adventure from the two benign Polar Bears who went wild with their last show.
Belfast-based Young At Art invites youngsters to join in with the fun and games at Katie’s Birthday Party.
As we are ushered in, Ralph McCubbin Howell (the eponymous and anonymous Bookbinder) appears asleep at a desk centre stage. Not for long, however.
The successful team that is Scottish Opera and D’Oyly Carte Opera Company has again teamed up to produce one of Gilbert and Sullivan’s best loved satirical comic operas written in 1885, The Mikado.