From fragile foal to stalwart steed, War Horse takes us on a moving journey showing the bond of love and loyalty between a boy and his horse.
This year is set to be a historically important one for Scotland and the National Theatre of Scotland’s 2014 Programme season holds promise to match the political theatre ahead.
Three momentous plays for a momentous a year in Scotland.
After Edinburgh welcomed in the New Year with a stellar cast of homegrown talent, one act in particular is causing a real stir for the children and young people at The BIG Project, in Broomhouse.
A Valentine's Day, drive-in screening of Top Gun, with Edinburgh Airport providing the backdrop, has been lined up for 1
Does a house contain life within beyond mere bricks and mortar? If Tammy Norrie – The Hoose Daemon of Seahouses is to be believed, it resolutely does.
Hansel and Gretel is artistic director Christopher Hampson’s eagerly anticipated first production for Scottish Ballet.
Sonsie Music’s adaptation of A Moose in the Hoose adds up to some finely tuned children’s storytelling.
The official Homecoming 2014 promotional video from VisitScotland has a Hogmanay feel to it with fiery motifs featured throughout and imagery from Hogmanay events including the Loony Dook and torchli