Quentin Crisp was a one-off, a complete original, and Mark Farrelly’s superb tribute cunningly captures Crisp’s very particular USP: his style.
The play is centred in the lobby of a grand hotel in Ostend.
There are any number of earnest and passionate performers offering an hour of the best of themselves.
“To the woman on the Thursday morning service to St. Pancras, you had ginger hair, Aztec print dress and a tattoo on your arm. I could hardly take my eyes of you” The Guy Opposite”
The title of the event, “First New Novel for Seven Years” certainly drew a huge appreciative audience to the Book Festival to hear Dame Margaret Drabble talk about her 18th novel, "The Pure Gold Baby"
Late in the seventeenth century, an as yet independent Scotland sought to catch up in the fast-paced race for overseas colonies already begun by the major powers; the Company of Scotland Trading to Af
Niall Campbell has won the inaugural Edwin Morgan Poetry Award for Scottish poets aged 30 or under, the largest poetry prize in the UK.
Andrew Davis actively marshalled the large forces required for Britten’s War Requiem into a reasoned, powerful performance.
Take Arthurian legend, drizzle lightly with songs, add wild-west flavour and transfer to the baking metal desert of a far off starship.
James II: Day of The Innocents, the second of Rona Munro’s historical trilogy, is a gripping tale of trauma, brutality and betrayal.
It’s just another day at the dystopian office of Peace of Mind HQ for Agent Petros - or it would be except for the nightmares he has been having.
“The Scottish Borders are a constant inspiration whatever the season as are frequent visits to south Brittany and the Mediterranean coasts of France and Spain providing me with a totally different
Kurt Weill's 1929 work Little Three Penny Music emerged from a darkened stage lit by the music desk lamps for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
Baccalà Clown brings top of the range circus skills from Switzerland to Scotland.
Theresienstadt was the name given to a small fortress town that became the Czechoslovakian ghetto north of Prague run by the Nazis.
A Walk at the Edge of the World is a two-part performance that begins with a twenty minute walk.
Laura Cioffi and Clara Galea gave us a very entertaining hour of flute duets. They have been performing together for ten years and our treat was to hear the first UK performance of Qalb Wahda.
Jack attempts to move the debate about the future of Scotland beyond economics, with a look at the past and present through the eyes of its people.
Reviewing this last part of Rona Munro’s triptych of plays on Scotland’s first three Stewart kings feels somewhat akin to arriving late at a dinner party and only sampling the last course.