Drama school theatre and The Crucible are words that fill me with fear.
Chances are you know Rudyard Kipling’s ‘Just So Stories’ already but you’ve probably never been told those stories quite like this before.
Playing one musical instrument is a talent; playing three or four at once is jaw-dropping.
Angela Carter’s The Company of Wolves is a dark tale about sexual desire, based on the story of Red Riding Hood.
How long does it take to write, choreograph and rehearse a musical? For most musicals it’s a long, drawn-out process.
When the Oxford Imps first come dancing onto the stage, it’s clear this troop have boundless amounts of energy.
Nursing homes are unsettling places at the best of times and Theatre of the Damned have turned this real-life anxiety into a haunting piece of theatre, using classic horror effects…
We all have regrets, right? This is the simple premise for Denise Scott’s show, which mainly consists of an hour of embarrassing stories at her own expense.
How do you get to Sesame Street? This is a question many of us have asked throughout our lives and receiving a ticket to Sesame Street Live was, for me, like someone had suddenly h…
Hans Christian Andersen’s stories continue to enchant children and adults alike and ‘The Snow Queen’ remains a popular favourite on stage.
The set up of Isabel Salazar’s Becoming Conocido looks and sounds intriguing.
Situated in the charming Scottish Storytelling Centre, ‘The Elves and the Shoemaker’ is a delightful wee puppet show which is likely to capture the attention of even the most f…
Olsson Theatre’s The Ride of the Bluebottles is a dark and funny play which explores the ins-and-outs of band politics.
This Way Up is a lovely, funny piece of theatre featuring David Bowie, space-travel, and awkward office comedy.
There’s no one quite like Roald Dahl for children.
Sometimes music does more than simply entertain you – sometimes it grabs you by the scruff of the neck and makes you sit up and listen.
DugOut Theatre’s Inheritance Blues has already proven to be a winner, picking up ISDF 2012 Festgoers’ Choice Award.
It can be refreshing to see one man stand on a stage without any gimmicks and simply tell a story.
These are three astonishingly talented musicians; the acclaim surrounding them all is justified.
Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet, is often sentimentalised, but anyone who has read Tam ‘O Shanter will know that Burns didn’t just write about mice and mountain daisie…
Sequels can be risky when they have the hype of a previous show to live up to.
heatre Paradok are renowned for their quirky, innovative theatre and they’re always risk takers.
Fourth Monkey theatre group are impossible to ignore this Fringe with an impressive total of six shows on offer.
‘The truth is.
Everyone struggles with their weight.
Adding a dollop of lyrical humour to classic literature is something that never fails to be amusing.
Brimming with murder, misery, and more murder, Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s darkest and shortest plays.
The notoriously foul-mouthed Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppets have toned down their act for this family friendly show.
Catie Wilkins, or ‘sex-positive feminist on the go’ as she likes to refer to herself, is an unlikely comedian.
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