In his new work, playwright Peter Arnott takes the audience back to those pre-Brexit, pre-Covid days when Scots were on the verge of voting in the independence referendum.
Pitlochry has the perfect show for all the family this summer with a new stage adaptation of The Secret Garden written by its own artistic director, Elizabeth Newman.
The expression in Celia Johnson’s eyes and the thunderous strains of Rachmaninov’s second piano concerto.
Director Elizabeth Newman’s stated aim of empathising with the characters who people Tennessee Williams’ classic 1947 work, allowing for their contradictions, is movingly fulfi…
It’s off to Scotland’s theatre in the hills for the opening of the season with a musical, none other than the 1959 classic Gypsy.
When hatmaker Robert is reunited with his Italian granddaughters, cultures collide, communications are crossed and fears are fought.
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