Janis Joplin might be gone, but more than forty years since her death, she is still not forgotten.
In recent years, a number of publications written by people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder has helped to bring the condition to the public consciousness.
In many ways, Jamie Adkins' solo act in Circus Incognitus could have been plucked from the screen of an early black-and-white silent movie.
Stunning Cabaret with the best M.C. (Emcee) in town.
Dyad Productions is renowned for innovative adaptations of literary texts (Austen’s Women), and profiles of powerful women (I Elizabeth, Marilyn Monroe).
Last night the Traverse Theatre played host to the awarding of the prestigious James Tait Black drama prize that was presented by the Scotsman’s theatre critic, Joyce McMillan.
Compelling story - sucks you in!
On a scale of A-Z, "O is for Ofsted" would be a clever remark but a bit unfair on the cast.
This is quite a short show covering a potentially failing school awaiting the dreaded Inspectors.
Jenny Brown, as the founder and first Director of the Edinburgh Book Festival (as it was known before being renamed Edinburgh International Book Festival) seemed to have known William or 'Willie' as s
In his introduction Andrew Kelly mentioned that David Crane is the Director of Bristol 2014, remembering the Great War Centenary events and that among his previous books were "Men of War" and that his
A roaring, rampant lion of a play!
Edinburgh based Scottish Chamber Orchestra was conducted by its own Robin Ticciati.
It may have been that some in the audience had come for The Planet's and knew they had to put up with the Britten and Berg beforehand. But how wrong they were.
Inala – which translates into “abundance of goodwill” – was first conceived five years ago.
Iain Macwhirter’s ‘Road to Referendum’, a potted history of how we got to where we are, is now in paperback, after appearing as both a TV series and hardback.
"I myself, meanwhile, after innumerable attempts, had laid down a final form; a flag with a red background, a white disk, and a black swastika in the middle." - Adolph Hitler.
A major musical pioneer who uses music to improve cultural relations, the grand-daughter of Nelson Mandela - philanthropist and business-woman, and the Director General of UNESCO are among the cultura
This event was chaired by Catriona Murray in the RBS Garden Theatre and it attracted just over thirty people, probably because it was billed that it would be "mainly in Gaelic".
The Pommery Champagne Café Bar at the Signet Library is back for the Edinburgh Festival with a sparkling, fizzing POP.
Sometimes it can be difficult to follow or interpret dance and to understand the meaning or intentions of the choreographer or performer.