Hairspray lifts and holds a crowded Playhouse audience in a full-bodied production that is full of bounce.
Fear and whipped up hysteria is evident from the first scene in Arthur Miller’s four act play The Crucible that was first produced in 1953.
Peter Oundjian's opening remarks set the scene. Two works about the sea but very different from one another.
Saoirse fills her in the attic with her Singer electric making patchwork quilts.
Scottish Dance Theatre approaches its 30th anniversary with a double bill that continues to look to the future.
The idea of the poor man with a pocket full of dreams in his shabby, baggy pants is not new but is one that continues to appeal.
A-Team Productions have bravely sculpted a revue show, where an energetic cast of 36 teens, aged 11 to 18 years, step-ball-change their way through intercepting musical hits, tackling some incredibly
This book by Alistair Kerr, "Betrayal: The Murder of Robert Nairac GC", is a disappointment.
There was a large audience for Tuesday’s Concerts at the University series keen to hear some serious clarinet music.
To mark this year’s International Women’s Day, the Festival Theatre announces it is hosting of a day of talks and performances from a group of prominent wo