The well-known tale of Cinderella has been adapted in fine local style for this year’s Brunton Panto by Mark Cox, best known as tight-fisted Tam Mullen from Still Game.
A personal journey of discovery round WWI Dundee.
The pink candy stripes looks at first incongruous in the setting of a State mental institution till the eye adjusts to its being an American flag symbolically split over four sections of the white til
Back in August nearly 100 young people from across the county who could sing, dance and act attended open auditions to join the cast of this year’s pantomime at The Brunton, Cinderella.
Puns and parody flee aboot like seagulls at a midden in this mad mix of Doric humour.
‘Fringe by the Sea’, North Berwick’s somewhat doucer answer to Edinburgh’s bacchanalian August festivities, returns with a musical bang this year.
The British playwright, novelist and short story writer, W. Somerset Maugham was born in the British Embassy in Paris where his father worked.
Drift is the latest production from Edinburgh-based visual theatre company Vision Mechanics and is inspired by a remarkable woman’s true story.
Following critical acclaim and box office success in 2014, the co-production from The National Theatre of Scotland, the Edinburgh International Festival and the National Theatre of Great Britain of
Edinburgh-based visual theatre, Vision Mechanics’ new production, Drift, is inspired by Betty Mouat, a 61 year old crofter, who in January 1886 drifted alone at sea from Shetland to Norway.