If you were restricted in life to seeing only one piece of musical theatre then choose ‘Les Miserables.’ This is now the 25th Anniversary production, and reviewers must
Edward Albee is one of America's foremost playwrights and the Traverse Theatre Company have created a riveting production of his play "The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?".
Flights to and from Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are gradually returning to normal service a
US artist William Wegman is bringing a selection of his famous Weimaraner portraits to Edinburgh's newly refurbished City Art Centre as part of this summer's Edinburgh Art Festival.
Twelve times FIM Trial World Champion and all-round motorcycle trials legend Dougie Lampkin will once again be competing in the Scottish Six Days Trial (SSDT) in Locahaber from 3 to 8 May 2010.
There is a dialogue reproduced in the show’s programme between Andy Cannon and Iain Johnstone, the actors behind the story telling company, Wee Stories, about why they chose Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island for their show.
Airlines are scrambling to get their staff and timetables back in place today after most of UK airspace opened up last night. At the time of writing, there is still a string of cancellations, but planes are getting in the air.
Children’s BBC in Glasgow has put out a call for adults, and children, aged between 9-13 years, to join its studio audience for a new series of the children's game show Copycats.
And still she blows.
The Arnold Singers from Rugby School were in the choir stalls under the direction of Rugby’s Director of Music, Richard Dunster-Sigtermans, and waiting behi
"The ninety and nine are with dreams, content but the hope of the world made new, is the hundredth man who is grimly bent on making those dreams come true&
The ash cloud from the Eyjafjallajokull volcano in Iceland continues to cause traffic chaos.
With a cloud of volcanic ash still covering most of the UK, planes remain grounded throughout the UK and Northern Europe. Although the UK's Air Traffic Control Service (NATS) says some Scottish flights may be allowed to resume from 1am tomorrow, restrictions on flights in UK airspace are likely to remain until tomorrow 1am "at the earliest."
The Eighth Borders Book Festival brings four days of engaging, thought-provoking and inspirational talk and audience interaction down to Melrose in the Scottish Borders, with the beautiful Harmony House Gardens as a backdrop.
Laughter in the Rain – the Neil Sedaka Story was full of surprises and all of them good. Although the songs were familiar his life story had sufficient snippets of information to keep interest throughout.
A robed figure wanders across the Usher Hall stage, surrounded by cosmic paraphernalia and alien effigies, towards a grand bank of keyboards which could easily double as flight cockpit for an interstellar journey. The figure, mysterious and hooded, sparks up a generating organ hum, his fingers slamming across the key controls. The sound of musical engines revving up, building up to a potential take-off, a moment signalled when a bespectacled rapper wanders onstage and intones, “It’s BEYOND the end of the world!”, over and over and over again.
Almost 120 players between the ages of 13 and 21 sat patiently on stage without a single fidget to be seen when on came the young conductor, Garry Walker, reaching his podium with a jaunty spring in his step, to conduct Shostakovich’s short Festive Overture.
The sun was shining through the stained glass windows. The long and impressive procession of the representatives of the Science Festival and the privileged bodies of Edinburgh, in order of precedence, with their mace and sword bearers worked their way to their allotted pews. The High Constables took control of those without a ceremonial gold bearer.