"I am a camera with its shutter open, quite passive, recording, not thinking." Christopher Isherwood, “A Berlin Diary, 1930”
Twenty-five years ago, The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert burst into our cinemas.
“Give yourself over to absolute pleasure”, declares the tantalising Dr Frank’N’Furter – and Edinburgh was ready to envelop itself in Richard O’Brie
A sumptuous, visually stunning, atmospheric feast.
The time is the future, the place is the planet once known as Earth.
Want to solve climate change? Educate girls.
A glittering production of “The King and I” is set to gild the Edinburgh Playhous
From Phantom of the Opera to Wicked, from West End to Broadway and beyond, Musical theatre is big business.
Taking Romeo and Juliet as an inspiration for this production, two a cappella groups battle it out for supremacy in this entertaining and
“Let’s disappear for a while into the decadent world of the 1920’s …”