Nederlands Dans Theater (founded 1959) continues to maintain its world class status as one the most influential companies.
Jacqueline Wilson tells the most marvellous stories for children.
“My kind of town, Chicago is
My kind of town, Chicago is
My kind of people too
People who smile at you…"
A fortnight before the complete Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme is launched, the Assembly Rooms has been quick off the mark to reveal their ambitious and exciting line up of shows.
The word ‘dysfunctional’ is bandied around a lot in terms of family relationships. The word ‘normal’ seems to fit the bill better.
There’s always something problematic about a fiction based on a truth; unavoidably both are compromised in the process.
Our legal system is pure theatre; the dramatic world of the Courtroom has always supplied a perfect setting for films, TV and stage.
The Letter J deserves an A!
Up To Speed brings humour, fine acting skills and some clever ideas to a touching story for pre-teens.
A sumptuous interactive journey of movement and colour through Aboriginal Australia.
A True Tall Tale caresses the imagination and envelops the senses, breathing life into an ancient story about the origin of the Christmas Rose.
The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer is a beautiful, melancholy tale of love and hope.
The concert at the Usher Hall was conducted by the renowned French conductor Emmanuel Krivine who has recently been appointed as the Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s Principal Guest Conductor.
David Haig’s new play creates a storm at the Lyceum!
Having written elsewhere* about a fictional female fiddle trio, it was a natural progression to a concert where the main event was performance by possibly Scotland’s finest female fiddle quartet.
Scotland’s political future may be uncertain in the year 2014, but its theatrical future at least looks bright and secure.
‘Why adapt Chekov into Scots?’ demanded an audience member at the interval of John Byrne’s ‘Uncle Varick’, his attempt to provide a Scottish take on ‘Uncle Vanya’.
There is a modern beatitude that says “Blessed are the curious for they shall have adventures”.
Invisible Empire unpicks and nicks at the raw extremes of human experience, inducing feelings of unease and tension that are uncomfortably familiar.
‘The Forbidden Experiment’ could be said to be something of an experiment in itself.
In 1987 the Edinburgh International Festival presented the world premiere of Iain Heggie’s play, A Wholly Healthy Glasgow.