Chrysalis, Scotland’s groundbreaking festival for ambitious performance by young theatre-makers launched in 2015, returns to the Traverse Theatre this November.
Locker Room Talk, the provocative piece of event theatre conceived as a response to the sexually aggressive comments made
This year’s Fringe saw a new Gilded Balloon venue at Edinburgh’s Rose Street in the West End.
Over 2000 audience members have already made the trip to Prestongrange to experience Dragons of Drummohr in its first two weeks, meaning a resounding success for site specific theatre makers
This year Cinderella will go to the ball thanks to her new fairy godmother, or should that be ‘dairy’ godmother?
Edinburgh Soup, the innovative live music and fundraising night, based on the original successful Detroit SOUP founded in the Detroit’s Mexicantown in 2010, has teamed up with social enterprise charit
The National Theatre of Scotland (NTS) announces a first -time partnership with the Screen Machine which will see the NTS’ latest production, Rocket Post, appearing on the big screen and tour
On the 30th of September 2017, Black Dingo Productions launch an arts hub in Merchant Street in Edinburgh’s Old Town called Annexe Arts that’s focused on dealing with practical and theatrical arts for
Luminate was created to address the issue of improving the quality of life of our ageing population.
Edinburgh based theatre company Vision Mechanics has a history of creating impressive, other worldly performances in a fusion of aerial artistry, dance, shadow, sound and light.
This October sees the 4th edition of the Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival (ESFF) that will be held in venues across the city and across Scotland, presenting a total of 15 feature films and 13 short fil
The passion of creating clothing comes from the idea that if they are stylish, yet practical and robust, they allow you to be carelessly elegant and have confidence to look good. Paul Walker
Big names in the world of art and entertainment, with connections to the King’s Theatre, have pledged their support to the £25 million capital campaign to regenerate the King’s and by extension the To
During a successful 70th Fringe, with total audience numbers reaching just short of 40,000 across nearly 300 production performances, the Traverse Theatre delivered a defiant programme representing na
It opened with a Bloom and ended with a familar “Boom!”.