Opening with the kind of musical build-up that grace productions of a certain age, ‘Spamalot’ signalled that it definitely isn’t that kind of musical.
From April 2015, Vanishing Point, one of Scotland’s leading international theatre companies, will move from their current office at the CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts) in Sauchiehall Street Glasgow
Beating McEnroe takes a softly surreal look at what it means to be a man and how to deal with fallen heroes - possibly.
Mozart was the predominant composer at last night’s Scottish Chamber Orchestra concert at the Usher Hall.
Is love the drug or is the drug love?
John McCusker, Mike McGoldrick and John Doyle may well be familiar to a number from their appearances on ‘Transatlantic Sessions’, now some seven or more years old.
On the day that writer Sir Terry Pratchett died of a form of Alzheimer’s disease, the announcement the Festival and King's Theatres are to receive a £320,000 boost to help turn them into dementia frie
It’s nearly 40 years since its first performance, but John Byrne’s Slab Boys still has its finger on the pulse and doesn’t miss a beat.
As soon as you enter the space of Traverse One for David Leddy’s Long Live the Little Knife it’s clear something utterly outlandish is going on.
Before the concert began I overheard the comment that the Lindberg Clarinet Concerto was simple something to fill a gap between the symphonies of Sibelius and Tchaikovsky.
Icelandic writer and director Kolbrun Bjort Sigfusdottir’s Bitter Sweet explores a toxic relationship in a harrowing duet between a man and a woman holding on by a thread.
Robin Ticciati conducted last night’s concert at the Usher Hall which began with a performance of Beethoven’s violin concerto.
If Miss Fritton, head of the legendary St Trinian’s, had decided to turn her establishment co-educational and at the same time taken to promoting social activism amongst the students, the result might
At a time when Edinburgh’s ever-fragile live music scene outside of festival season seems to be finally succumbing to terminal malaise and lack of support from powers-that-be, Jazz Scotland are to be
It is always appealing to hear that a hitherto little or unknown story about brave women is being brought into the light.
Straightaway we see Orfeo and Euridice frolicking, but then Euridice is taken ill and dies.
Festival City Theatres Trust, which operates the Festival and King’s Theatres in Edinburgh, was announced in position 84 in The Sunday Times 100 Best Not-for-Profit Organisations to Work For 2015 at a
Illyria was the name of part of the western Balkans in ancient times.
Kam-Ri Dance Theatre put on a virtuoso performance of flamenco music and dance, but unfortunately lose the plot, in their story of The Typist.