Budding young artists have until Friday 04 March to submit their designs and be in with a chance of having their artwork featured as the official poster of the 2016 Fringe and have their work seen by
The subject of death and dying, the so called last taboo, is coming out of the closet. The media abounds with programmes covering the topic and Parliament has recently debated assisted dying.
The Festival Theatre Edinburgh (FTE) would like to hear from dancers and performers who have previously performed on the stage at the old Empire Theatre.
Heritage and genealogy are prominent aspects of modern culture, reflecting a widespread desire for a personal sense of belonging.
More than thirty years has passed since Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers won the Olivier Award for Best New Musical – and it’s still packing a punch.
The Public Choice Awards is an opportunity for you - the viewing audience - to choose your favourite animation films from those made in the last two years.
St Valentine’s Day is nearly upon us and in celebration a neon sign bearing words from Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote will be launched by writer, former Python and Cervantes admirer, Terry
Gobo. Digital Glossary from St.Petersburg’s AKHE Theatre is, for British audiences, a brave new world.
Rona Munro’s trilogy of plays featuring the first three of Scotland’s kings to be named James offers a rare meditation on kingship, family and loyalty.
The hit of 2014’s Edinburgh Festival makes a welcome return.