Dating has changed – meeting somebody and finding the love of your life now involves good internet access and keyboard skills.
A unique festival of Nordic and Scottish music, song and dance based in Edinburgh – celebrates its 15th anniversary this month and we’ve got some very special guests.
Advertised as ‘a mystical tale of dark dancers, warriors, a dreamer and a poet’, Pragati Bhatia presents her first project as both writer and director.
Lady Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most powerful female characters. She is the driving force behind many things both foul and fair throughout the play, but who was she?
There is a city where death is king, it stands on every street corner, it lives in every home and it is always, always hungry.
EG dance editor Vivian Devlin previews the Edinburgh International Festival programme.
We are shown into a large square room where we join other guests already seated on comfortable sofas and chairs.
One of the most innovative French choreographers, Angelin Preljocaj is renowned for the range of his work from classic narrative ballets to experimental concepts in movement, inspired by Merce Cunning
A stripped back Measure For Measure from Cheek by Jowl and Moscow’s Pushkin Theatre bares the soul of Shakespeare’s ‘problem’ play.
When Akram’s mobile phone messes up his diary and erroneously shows his location as Berlin, he finds himself connected to ideas of memory, homeland and identity.