Hilarity ensues in this all male production of Shakespeare’s comedy of misidentification from Propeller Theatre Company.
A one-woman play that maintains the Traverse is still a heavyweight of Scottish theatre.
A revival of the 1996 hit musical that deals with the then taboo issues of homosexuality and HIV.
Fresh from this year’s Fringe, you’ll either love or hate this nostalgic comedy.
Insipid and bland, the audience go unrewarded for their patience.
A chance to experience the grandeur of live performance at its very best.
A mediocre film about teenage angst too bland to ever really remember.
Don’t be put off by the ‘spoken word’ listing – this is accessible, satirical and entertaining.
Even when humanity is at its very cruelest, love will continue to endure.
An all-round solid film with a compelling performance from Robert Carlyle.
Tired clichés and an unsatisfying ending fail to define this film from other man-in-box thrillers.
An alienating film that raises far more questions than it attempts to answer.
A complex, revealing, and highly commendable piece of investigative journalism.
A mad plot, plenty of gore and oodles of humour – all the makings of a cult classic.
A fabular warning to take individual responsibility to protect all that is good in the world.
A lack of objectivity pulls focus from the most important issues.
Full of twists and revelations, this is hair-raising stuff that has to be seen to be believed.
A nod to the mystery and inadvertent humour typical of 1950s sci-fi alien invasion movies.
This marks an important point in reconciliation and social understanding for Sri Lanka.
It would take a hard soul not to be delighted by this feel-good fairy tale.
A predictable plot and archetypal characters makes this otherwise strong film feel a little tired.
Marginalisation, sibling identity and political corruption in this miniature collection of Danish documentaries.
A selection of classics from the archives and exclusive one-off previews.
An appropriately diverse mix which welcomes summertime beach scenes and rural settings.