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Ben Elton
Queen's Hall

Ben Elton

Ranty bane of the Tories is still very entertaining, if a little unquestioning these days.

Tron Theatre

The Alchemist

Gary McNair’s rhyming adaptation of a Jacobean farce is literal poetry in motion

King's Theatre

An Inspector Calls

Twenty-seven years on, Stephen Daldry’s production is still enthralling

Edinburgh Filmhouse

Judy

Judy Garland biopic flounders

Experience

Wigtown Book Festival

Wigtown worthy of its title as Scotland’s National Book Town on the evidence of this charming festival


Experience

Wigtown Book Festival

Wigtown worthy of its title as Scotland’s National Book Town on the evidence of this charming festival

Glenn Tilbrook
Interview

Glenn Tilbrook

Squeeze songwriter admits their renaissance has been “mystifying but lovely!”

Edinburgh Art Festival Launch

This week sees the launch of Edinburgh Art Festival showcasing a host of commissions by Scottish and international artists.

LATEST

Festival Theatre Studio

The Stornoway Way

Dogstar Theatre Company brings Gaelic storytelling to the stage

Edinburgh Filmhouse

Broken Silence

A powerful account of how the Franco regime affects one woman and her village

Edinburgh Filmhouse

The Eternal Feminine

A powerful yet truncated look at professional and personal equality in 1950s Mexico

Queen's Hall

Ben Elton

Ranty bane of the Tories is still very entertaining, if a little unquestioning these days.

American Woman

A wandering film which serves to further the reputation of an underrated actress

The Dark Half

George A. Romero and Stephen King team up for another great collaboration


Pink House
PQA Venues @ Riddle's Court

Pink House

A small-scale and subtly powerful play about the ghosts of the past and cultural legacies

Usher Hall

Orfeo ed Euridice

Despite some impressive performances, concert sorely misses opera’s theatricality


Tron Theatre

The Alchemist

Gary McNair’s rhyming adaptation of a Jacobean farce is literal poetry in motion


Ben Elton
Queen's Hall

Ben Elton

Ranty bane of the Tories is still very entertaining, if a little unquestioning these days.


Mermaidens
The Hug and Pint

Mermaidens

New Zealand band play an absolute blinder


Assembly Roxy

The Box

Deeply affecting and important work explores the dark world of depression


Tron Theatre

Power Ballad

Physical theatre that is too abstract to support meaning


Edinburgh Filmhouse

Broken Silence

A powerful account of how the Franco regime affects one woman and her village

Edinburgh Filmhouse

The Eternal Feminine

A powerful yet truncated look at professional and personal equality in 1950s Mexico

American Woman

A wandering film which serves to further the reputation of an underrated actress


Big Thief Two Hands

Big Thief
Two Hands

MNNQNS

MNNQNS
Body Negative

Primal Future

Toxic Holocaust
Primal Future: 2019

Amber Run Philophobia

Amber Run
Philophobia

Chastity Belt

Chastity Belt
Chastity Belt

John Lodge - B Yond, The Very Best Of

John Lodge
B Yond: The Very Best Of

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