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Banjoko is no joke-o

As E4 announce a familiar-sounding TV show, we ask: has President Obonjo had his identity stolen?


Bernie Dieter

Little Death Club’s glamorous compère talks diversity, glamour and gin. Lots of gin.

The Chosen

Kally Lloyd-Jones

Company Chordelia’s artistic director talks about the losses that inspired her new dance piece The Chosen


David Nicholls – Sweet Sorrow

Eagerly awaited novel tells the story of one life-changing summer for a sixteen-year-old boy in Nicholls usual, inimitable style.


Lengthy but surface-level tale of a quintessential rise-and-fall fable.

Edinburgh Filmhouse

Late Night

Earnest performances help avoid predictability in topical comedy.

Weird Science

A solid package of a lesser film from a legendary 80s director.

Lords of Chaos

An impressively quiet, but ultimately awkward look at rock-n-roll gone too far.

Coming Home

Jane Fonda’s Vietnam veteran passion project is still moving 40 years on.

Edinburgh Filmhouse


Engaging and darkly comedic time travel thriller that still entertains.

Eden Court


A rustic retelling for a likeable dragon.

Edinburgh Filmhouse

Late Night

Earnest performances help avoid predictability in topical comedy.

King's Theatre (Glasgow)

Avenue Q

An outrageously funny show that wonderfully handles real life issues

Usher Hall

RSNO / Palmer

Lollipops all afternoon for the last concert of the season!

Night Moves

Night Moves – Can You Really Find Me

Horse Jumper of Love
So Divine

Prince Daddy & The Hyena
Cosmic Thrill Seekers


Wasuremono – Are You OK?

Hank Marvin - Gold

Hank Marvin – Gold

Hot Chip A Bath Full Of Ecstasy

Hot Chip – A Bath Full of Esctasy




Aberdeen Music Hall

Jess Kidd

The Costa Short Story Award winner in conversation at the Aberdeen Performing Arts Big Sky, Big Horizons series.


King's Theatre

Rambert 2

Talented and passionate dancers.