The MGA Academy of Performing Arts in Edinburgh was founded by Murray Grant and Andrew Gowland in 2005, developing from small-scale workshops into a renowned College and “Centre of Excellence”, to st
After the votes were counted for yesterday's historic referendum on whether Britain should leave or remain in the European Union, once again Scotland found itself voting the opposite way from the rest
Edinburgh-based Theatre Company Lung Ha, has beaten off stiff competition from over 600 organisations and is now competing against six other projects to be crowned the winner of the Arts category of t
In July, over 100 young theatre makers aged from 16 -25 from Scotland, New Zealand and the USA will converge on Stirling’s Macrobert Arts Centre as part of National Theatre of Scotland’s Exchange 2016
'I wanted to make an Ingmar Bergman film about and for teenagers' joked Canadian director Christy Garland during the Q&A that followed the first UK screening last night.
Leith Festival champions original writing, hosting new play The Wee One by Philip Rainford.
It’s sleazy. It’s sassy. It’s Prohibition-era Chicago, where guns are easy to come by and the girls are getting away with murder.
Over the course of a 50-minute show, travel through more than 25 years’ experience and see a canvas come to completion.
At the annual award ceremony of the Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland held on Sunday 12 June 2016, Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre and Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre shared the top honours.