Does Gordon Brown Confess? Does he feel the need to do so? Should he?
As part of the celebrations of International Women’s Day, the Traverse was host to a series of short staged readings written by seven contemporary female writers.
The role of Women in Theatre in Scotland was the topic of discussion for the marking of the 2014 International Women’s Day held at the Traverse.
This party at the gym turned out to be no picnic. For one thing, the fighting started early – and for another, it didn’t stop.
Priscilla Queen of the Desert, based on the rather brilliant 1994 Australian film, is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser for those looking to sit back, relax and let a torrent of Oz-infused gags and sparkly p
Premiered in 1952, “Singin’ in the Rain” starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor is still rated as one of the greatest musical movies of all time.
Scottish Dance Theatre’s latest performance is an ambitious but frustrating double bill.
Dark Vanilla Jungle is an hour and twenty minute monologue. Detailing the journey of an underprivileged young woman’s life it touches on themes such as abandonment and female objectification.
A disturbing exposé of illicit desire, David Harrower’s highly acclaimed two-hander tackles the taboo subject of sex between an adult and a minor.