balletLORENT’s Snow White is darkly beautiful and disturbing, with just a hint of magic.
Beam Theatre – one of Edinburgh’s newest companies who focus on collaboration to produce high-quality theatre in a non-professional capacity – present the Scottish premiere of a skewed view of sex and
The Weir opens on a driech January Edinburgh night when it’s easy to imagine stepping through the door of Brendan’s Bar yourself and stamping your feet against the smirr that’s falling steadi
The Traverse Theatre Company, Theatre Royal Bath Ustinov Studio and the Bush Theatre London announce that casting is complete and rehearsals are beginning today on their co-production of Right Now by
This chamber concert featured three instruments – the flute, harp and viola.
Chair of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, Sir Timothy O'Shea, announced the appointment of Shona McCarthy as its new Chief Executive.
It was a timeous coincidence that ‘Pìobairean Beaga Bhaile Ghobhainn’ otherwise ‘The Wee Govan Pipers’ featured on BBC Alba over the last few days.
Chosen as one of the Hundred Plays of the Century in a National Theatre poll, The Weir by Conor McPherson has won a host of playwriting awards including the Evening Standard Award, George Dev
In a celebration of Youth Dance from dancers across Scotland and building on the success of a 3-year Dance Quest project, DanceFest at the Festival Theatre sees a number of youth dance group
This new production on tour across the UK, celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the film version of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s global hit musical, “The Sound of Music.” Starring Julie Andrews and Chri
Scot:Lands, the popular mini pop-up arts and cultural programme of free, ticketed events was staged again on New Year’s Day to conclu
31 December, 2015: New Year celebrations began in Samoa, spreading slowly from east to west across the globe to Auckland, SydNYE, Bangkok, Moscow, Paris ....and then the UK.
Edinburgh's Hogmanay was selected by Patricia Shultz in her bucket list guide, "1000 Places to See Before you Die’ and is also the only festival to appear in t
Celebrated annually on Robert Burns’ birthday, 25 January, Burns Night gathers Scots around the world to pay tribute to the great poet’s life and works, and to Scottish culture.
The RSNO Christmas Concert is a festive treat for all the family.
When we think of clowns, we think of cheeky but silent circus entertainers with painted white faces and that all important large red nose.
Donald Campbell’s latest collection of verse, ‘Fugitives’, is a necessarily eclectic one, containing several new poems as well as others that have appeared elsewhere.
Scottee said he was bringing together some mediocre talent for his Camp (as Christmas) show – but was he joking?
Priscilla ain’t the only Queen in the desert, as three go gallus in Alice.
Barely will the last piece of tinsel be swept away, the last piece of panto greasepaint wiped from their faces, and their outrageous costumes discarded than the comic trio that is Allan Stewart, Andy
Attending a Shakespearian play is often regarded as the height of sophistication, where impeccably trained actors glide across well dressed stages, uttering a magnitude of eloquent soliloquies.