Premiered in 1952, “Singin’ in the Rain” starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor is still rated as one of the greatest musical movies of all time.
Scottish Dance Theatre’s latest performance is an ambitious but frustrating double bill.
Dark Vanilla Jungle is an hour and twenty minute monologue. Detailing the journey of an underprivileged young woman’s life it touches on themes such as abandonment and female objectification.
A disturbing exposé of illicit desire, David Harrower’s highly acclaimed two-hander tackles the taboo subject of sex between an adult and a minor.
Written in just four days in Tokyo, 1929, Noel Coward created the free spirited character of Amanda in Private Lives specifically for his darling friend, Gertrude Lawrence.
Love is whatever you feel it to be, and sometimes ‘love’ might simply be two rather strange people feeling that they meet each others’ unusual needs at a particular moment in time.
Alfred Hitchcock's movie adaptation of Dial M for Murder (1954) remains a stylish period classic by the Master of Suspense.
"There’s only one Rod Stewart" was the football song that sprang to mind after watching this touring production of Tonight’s the Night featuring some of the singer's back-catalogue.
When Netflix premiered political drama "House of Cards" on 1 February, 2013 it released the whole season of 13 episodes internationally on its streaming service.
From robot football to making round bubbles square, from the science of intoxication at a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to a man vs 3D printer contest, this year's Edinburgh Internatio
For local residents around Edinburgh or the Borders and especially for the visitor to the Capital, an exciting and innovative style of car hire has arrived.
Buddy rides high on the crest of a giant nostalgia wave. Now in its 25th year, this highly successful show was the springboard for the juke-box musicals like Mamma Mia and We Will Rock You.
The Manipulate Festival concluded at the Traverse on Saturday night with a screening of eight animation films collectively entitled, Tilt Your Thinking: A Murder of Shorts.
The Snapshots: 6.05 slot at the Manipulate Festival focuses on emerging new talent, showcasing the work of a particular artist, followed by a Q&A session.
A wee diamond of a film hewn from Scotland’s coal’s history.
A gentle light shone on a life as it shrinks to smallness.
Thousands of rugby fans are expected to arrive in the Capital this weekend to watch hosts Scotland take on England in a sold-out Calcutta Cup
In placing experimental work at the heart of its programme, particularly performances combining hybrids of form, the Manipulate Festival is always strongly flavoured with the strange and unusual.
A version of ‘Both Sides of Tweed’, Dick Gaughan’s song of mutual English-Scottish respect prefaced ‘Rantin’, thus promising well for this piece, self-identified as ‘ceilidh-theatre’, deliberately set
This week the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is celebrating its 40th birthday.