In ‘Edinburgh Old Town – Journeys and Evocations’ Stuart McHardy and Donald Smith have woven a fine tribute to the late John Fee around some of Fee’s own stories and recollections.
Dynamic Duo cast their bewitching spell.
They called it Postcard from Paris.
The Roamin Nose on Eyre Place looks a little different at the moment – inside, at least.
Several hundred enthusiasts were in the stalls an hour before the concert started to hear the conversation between Donald Runnicles and James Naughtie. We learned a little, but not a lot.
It had been a good long while since the last time I had attended a piece that could be described as a dance, or any movement based performance come to that, and so it was with a mixture of excitement
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The first four minutes set us in the mood for some fine Russian music with the seldom heard March from Rachmaninov's Cinq Études-tableaux.
There are many versions of the comedy we know as Cinderella but all relate to the unwanted daughter who finds her way to the heart of a prince much to the annoyance of her family.
Inspired by the likes of Edgar Allan Poe and Ambrose Bierce, Peapod Productions brings the ghostly tale of “The Moonlit Road” to Edinburgh.
The Traverse Theatre is the perfect location for emerging theatre artists and practitioners to promote new work by Scottish companies.
Olivier Award-winning musical Return to the Forbidden Planet, which was inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest, is coming to the Festival The
Russian writer Nikolai Gogol was a master story teller. He specialized in exposing the ridiculousness of human behaviour while retaining a dark stark humour.
It was exactly a year ago this week when Jamie Primrose staged his 10th Anniversary exhibition entitled Reflections on a City.
Championing an array of new and developing work from around Europe “Best of BE Festival” presents an eclectic mix of physical, spoken and mixed media performances.
Edinburgh has been fortunate that Stan Douglas was able to introduce the exhibition of some of his work at The Fruitmarket Gallery (running til 15 February).
A concert devoted to Remembrancetide and the outbreak of the Great War could well have been a sad and sorrowful event.
Mull Theatre has re-staged its highly successful 2013 production of what is now a modern classic from Canadian writer, Michael Healy.
2015 will mark 40 years since the dance company, Grupo Corpo was founded by the Penderneiras family in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
Following its 2012 and 2013 Hogmanay celebrations, The Brunton is delighted to announce its Hogmanay celebrations in the Honest Toun for 2014.