Ten years on since its Broadway beginnings, Avenue Q is remounted by Sell A Door Theatre Company, showcasing topically controversial material through cute fur bulls in a hilarious show with a bevy of brilliant songs.
In a particularly warm and buoyant atmosphere, the cream of Scottish theatre was honoured in fine style at the annual Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) Awards ceremony on Sunday 08 June 2014.
As part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme, Tam Dean Burn endeavours to read all 195 of Julia Donaldson's books to children
The play stripped bare by its characters.
John Byrne is to institute an award in memory of Billy McColl, the first ever Phil McCann in The Slab Boys, who died earlier this year, it was announced today, Friday 6 June 2014.
Blue Raincoat takes us on a wacky waltz to the stars!
Acclaimed stage and screen actor Bill Paterson is to present the 2014 Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland (CATS) it was announced today, 3 June 2014.
Summer may feel quite far away under Edinburgh’s seemingly permanent grey skies but at two months before Festival time there is lots of theatrical brightness on the horizon with the recently announced
Authentic sound makes it an easy day’s night.
Three years late and hundreds of millions of pounds over budget, Edinburgh's £776 million trams were opened to fare-paying passengers yesterday.
Made in Scotland is an inspirational mini-festival presented as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to highlight a selection of established professional and ris
Nederlands Dans Theater (founded 1959) continues to maintain its world class status as one the most influential companies.
Jacqueline Wilson tells the most marvellous stories for children.
“My kind of town, Chicago is
My kind of town, Chicago is
My kind of people too
People who smile at you…"
A fortnight before the complete Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme is launched, the Assembly Rooms has been quick off the mark to reveal their ambitious and exciting line up of shows.
The word ‘dysfunctional’ is bandied around a lot in terms of family relationships. The word ‘normal’ seems to fit the bill better.
There’s always something problematic about a fiction based on a truth; unavoidably both are compromised in the process.