Musical

Red hot Carmen raises the temperature in George Street. The high school setting for Carmen plus just sizzles from beginning to end.

Dark Heart by name, but the quality of new writing shines through a young American cast.

‘Emerald Diaries’, or Mrs Dooley’s Girls might be an alternative title, contains a heady mixture of dance, comedy a little song, and a fair bit of romance all in 60 minutes.

The only way was Essex, even back in the sixties when the women of Ford Dagenham not only took on the American conglomerate but also the prejudices of men in the management, on the factory floor, and

Liam O’Rafferty’s pop-folk original musical, Paper Hearts is stirring from the first click of the typewriter, inspiring love, longing and true emotional connection.

Out of the rain, or if lucky avoid the sun, but do get 'Into the Woods'.

Songs go on for ever while artistes are transient, is the message of this new musical by John & Gerry Kielty.

Freckles create the feel good effect. Despite a slightly uncertain start, this new musical by Lawman, Finch, Coleman and Cory bursts into life as soon as the younger members of cast get going.

Setting up camp in the Church Hill Theatre, the American High School Theatre Festival are performing over 20 shows during this year's Fringe, from Sondheim to Suess and A Midsummer Night’s Dream with

In Edinburgh, when you see tartan clad or plaid singers, you think of the Bay City Rollers and their ability even in 2016 to bring audiences to their feet.