When Lindsay Lou sings its like listening to a very versatile musical instrument with universal pitch.
The Citizens Theatre and Edinburgh International Festival announce the cast and full creative team for the world premiere of Lanark.
LeithLate has expanded its format for the LeithLate15 festival with a number of different events taking place over an extended 4 month period.
From more than 180 world-wide entries three nominations from playwrights based in Scotland, England and the United States have been selected for the shortlist of this year’s James Tait Black Prize for
‘Fringe by the Sea’, North Berwick’s somewhat doucer answer to Edinburgh’s bacchanalian August festivities, returns with a musical bang this year.
The British playwright, novelist and short story writer, W. Somerset Maugham was born in the British Embassy in Paris where his father worked.
Pleasance Futures is a new scheme from Pleasance Theatre Trust to nurture artists both on and off stage.
Drift is the latest production from Edinburgh-based visual theatre company Vision Mechanics and is inspired by a remarkable woman’s true story.
A locally made film that covers an unsung part of recent Scottish music history has won the coveted audience award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015.
Trailer for documentary Big Gold Dream which looks at the impact of Edinburgh's post-punk music scene.
The film won the Audience Award at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015,
With Crystal Moselle's brilliant but disturbing depiction of a uniquely 21st century family grouping The Wolfpack deservedly winning Best Document
Following critical acclaim and box office success in 2014, the co-production from The National Theatre of Scotland, the Edinburgh International Festival and the National Theatre of Great Britain of
Said to be Spark’s favourite and self-confessed creepiest novel, her short, fragmented and chillingly memorable tale, The Driver’s Seat, was also adapted into 1974 film, Identikit st
Alan Ayckbourn is an absolute genius at creating deviously complex, farcical situation comedies.
Yet again an enthusiastic audience of nearly two hundred organ music lovers were in the Usher Hall for a lunchtime concert by the City Organist, Dr John Kitchen.
The Royal Lyceum Theatre scooped the pool on Sunday 14 June 2015 at Glasgow’s Tron Theatre, winning six of the ten awards at the 2015 CATS Awards Ceremony.
Artists, composers and writers often return time and again to a particular subject, experience or character, their variations on a theme, to create, recreate and develop ideas afresh.
Even the best of singing seems bare in a concert without some human interest and Alistair Digges knew this.