Theatre

This year’s Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations and the midnight fireworks will be live streamed

If you want to see real live action Disney, and not digitally enhanced better drawings, then get along to The Lion King at Edinburgh’s Pla

Douglas Maxwell’s new play is a quirky tale that looks at the unusual actions of a Mod-loving asylum-seeker and the academic he contacts to help wi

This delightfully charming show based on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, is exactly what a Christmas show should be: entertaining, suc

Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls- step right up!

Ghosts, seductive fox-spirits, witches and demon-slaying monks: Pu Songling gathered scraps of almost 500 fables, ranging from cautiously didactic

The Traverse Theatre is introducing theatre tickets for £1 in a bid to make theatre accessible to all in 2020.

Celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, the Edinburgh Gang Show is a long-standing tradition.

A development of Bunny’s show No Idea from 10 years ago, this new incarnation Still No Idea, keeps to its basis of mixing verbati

"I am a camera with its shutter open, quite passive, recording, not thinking." Christopher Isherwood, “A Berlin Diary, 1930”