Renowned for fine dining at its very finest, the Balmoral’s Number One most definitely lives up to the hype.
A feast of choral singing.
An enigmatic protagonist draws the reader in to this heart-warming tale.
A deceptively simple book based on Scottish Folklore which is both multi-layered and twists smoothly.
Lollipops all afternoon for the last concert of the season!
Epic tale of artistic triumph satisfies without stimulating.
A philosophical untangling of who we are which takes a little time to get going.
A killer dress causes havoc in the best horror satire on consumerism since Dawn of the Dead.
Aesthetically constructed documentary offers less than the full story
Charming comedy-drama deserves the support the title requests.
Mollie Semple shines in this solo piece about loneliness and learning to love yourself.
Decent tunes but nothing stands out on this third effort from American outfit
Surreal comedy explores our obsession with beauty.
Gripping performances enhance this realistic play addressing life’s harsh realities.
Evocative debut collection from Shetlandic poet.
Rote disaster tropes saved by efficient execution and compelling dramatised reality.
Engaging and darkly comedic time travel thriller that still entertains.
An underwhelming adaptation of superior comedy film
Charming but dated travel book about our capital city.
Willy Russell’s script shines through this fierce pairing of Tompkinson and Johnson.