With a theme of witches and the backdrop of The Audacious Women's Festival, this production was bound for a sold-out run.
Told through myriad art forms, namely marionettes, fable, live micro cinema and immersive, mobile physical theatre, Open The Owl tells Fau
Sarah Bebe Holmes is an expert at balance.
After Chekov is an evocative and ethereal interpretation of Chekov’s storytelling told through movement and an atmospheric soundscape.
With projections, table-top puppetry, micro theatre, live sound scapes and utterly beautiful a cappella melody, witnessing Journey feels a
“You didn’t ask, but I had to tell you anyway.” playwright and sole actor Mary Jane Wells remarks from the stage as Sergeant Danna Davis, a tinge o
Oor Wullie is our beloved cheeky chappy even beating out William Wallace and Robert Burns to win ‘Scotland’s Favourite Son’ in 2004.
Isobel McArthur’s witty, effervescent and high-energy whirlwind through the story of the Bennett family is a joyous celebration of storytelling wit
Kevin McMahon seduced his wife Svetlana with magic and then together they created Edinburgh's MagicFest, which marks its 10th year on Friday.