Rambert may be Britain’s oldest dance company, but has never been afraid to move with the times – reflected in its continued commitment to commission exciting and innovative choreographers, composers
Handel's Messiah, written in 1741 (in only three and half weeks) is one of the most popular choral works ever to be performed.
The circus used to come to town with a fanfared parade. These assorted Aussie acrobats and players looks as though they’ve arrived on a handcart.
Originally brought to theatres in 2006, Untitled Projects has readapted their performance of Slope at a time of great social change for LGBT groups in Scotland.
All aboard for a magical virtual journey!
In what can be known as Music Director's Pride, his Principal string players with Aleksei Kiseliov in front came on stage in front of Peter Oundjian.
Following its hugely successful tours in 2013 and 2014 Rachel Wagstaff’s stage play BIRDSONG adapted from the novel by Sebastian Faulks, will be performed in April at the King’s Theatre Edinb
The Search is on for young creative talent as Fringe organisers call on Scotland’s budding young artists to come up with a unique and eye catching design for the 2015 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Poster.
In ‘Edinburgh Old Town – Journeys and Evocations’ Stuart McHardy and Donald Smith have woven a fine tribute to the late John Fee around some of Fee’s own stories and recollections.
Dynamic Duo cast their bewitching spell.
They called it Postcard from Paris.
The Roamin Nose on Eyre Place looks a little different at the moment – inside, at least.
Several hundred enthusiasts were in the stalls an hour before the concert started to hear the conversation between Donald Runnicles and James Naughtie. We learned a little, but not a lot.
It had been a good long while since the last time I had attended a piece that could be described as a dance, or any movement based performance come to that, and so it was with a mixture of excitement
Do you ever feel utterly overwhelmed by the constant flow of news, pounded by the endless atrocities hammering away in every corner of the world, drenched by the multifarious media that rains it down
The first four minutes set us in the mood for some fine Russian music with the seldom heard March from Rachmaninov's Cinq Études-tableaux.
There are many versions of the comedy we know as Cinderella but all relate to the unwanted daughter who finds her way to the heart of a prince much to the annoyance of her family.
Inspired by the likes of Edgar Allan Poe and Ambrose Bierce, Peapod Productions brings the ghostly tale of “The Moonlit Road” to Edinburgh.
The Traverse Theatre is the perfect location for emerging theatre artists and practitioners to promote new work by Scottish companies.
Olivier Award-winning musical Return to the Forbidden Planet, which was inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest, is coming to the Festival The