On first reading, you might have passed it off as a weak April Fool’s joke.
As emergency measures are implemented to control the spread of Covid-19, Edinburgh Fringe Society Chief Executive Shona McCarthy has said that this
This show is the first part of a trilogy of tales looking at James Rowland’s life and his friends.
A heart warming and clever adaption of the well-know book, Rosalind Sydney has used the key elements of the original tale and updated for today’s m
The premise behind moving the setting of Mrs Puntila and Her Man Matti to modern day Scotland is an interesting one.
“There's no cure like travel, to help you unravel the worries of living today.
Award winning folk trio The Young’uns have created a beautiful lyrical homage to a real life (previously unsung) hero, Johnny Longstaff.
Akin to watching a very riveting game of chess (with a fatal outcome), this classic thriller has one thing that surprises (and frightens) the viewe
“It’s like eating sunshine...that’s home,” recounts Annie George in Home Is Not The Place, an autobiographical, poignant and beau
With a theme of witches and the backdrop of The Audacious Women's Festival, this production was bound for a sold-out run.