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Interview: Vetusta Morla

Elsie Ward speaks to Vetusta Morla about their upcoming Edinburgh show, and what Spanish rock has to offer the UK.

Finding Fela

A fascinating glimpse of this eccentric figure and his world of music, radical politics and African spiritualism.

Interview: Alison Peebles

Alison Peebles chats to us on the oral culture of music ahead of Dogstar’s production of The Captain’s Collection, one of the company’s earliest creations.

Interview: Gareth Williams

Newly appointed Composer in Residence at Scottish Opera Gareth Williams chats to us about site-specific opera, music therapy and a Northern Irish elephant.

The King and I

With promise of giant gold Buddhas, acrobatic dancers and a ten-piece orchestra, Leicester Curve’s lavish spectacle opens in Edinburgh this Christmas.


With some rising names of the dance and music industry, this production acts as a showcase for theatre that aspired to the visual richness so common in Scottish Opera.

The Barber of Seville

Period costumes and colourful sets get Scottish Opera back to the traditional days of the art form in their staging of Rossini’s classic.