Not made from girders, just from terrific talent, this year’s exciting Made In Scotland programme has been revealed.
Based on the book by William Feaver, Lee Hall’s acclaimed play, The Pitmen Painters, takes us on a journey of edification from pit shovel to paint palette.
This third international season of the National Theatre of Scotland and Òran Mór’s A Play, a Pie and a Pint is from China and is the first season of new plays from contemporary
A Play, a Jiaozi (Chinese dumpling) and a Pint may lack the alliteration of a Play, a Pie and a Pint but there any disappointment ends.
American playwright David Mamet had for a very long time been accused of only being able to write parts for men.
Edinburgh’s first Tradfest heralded the early dawn of summer this weekend, embracing all the folk arts in a variety of celebrations for Mayday.
“A man may be accused of cowardice for fleeing away from all manner of physical dangers, but when things supernatural, insubstantial and inexplicable threaten not only one's safety and well-
Millennium Forum’s plot summary of ‘Translations’ reminds us it is over thirty years since this play was first performed.
Bakelite phones and some great ‘30s blues and swing music, along with Yip Harburg’s heart rending anthem to the Depression, Brother, Can you spare a dime?, set the tone for the latest p
I cannot help but feel a prick of cynicism when I hear of a sitcom revival, be it on stage or screen, particularly when it comes to the point of motivation.