Willy Russell’s script shines through this fierce pairing of Tompkinson and Johnson.
Five standalone single-performer pieces reveal the promising talents of UHI’s graduating class.
Eclectic array of writers descend on the Highlands for the Ullapool Book Festival.
Middle Ground Theatre Company present an incredible rendition of Barry Reed’s novel that is both memorable and utterly enthralling, in part thanks to the strength of its cast.
An unflinchingly honest perspective of Dina Nayeri’s own refugee journey.
Littleson captures the imagination with her characters and fresh take on the unicorn.
A debut of pace and panache from this fresh new voice in Young Adult Fiction.
A coming-of-age story set in the Philippines covers big historical themes while staying relatable to young readers.
Children’s writers Lari Don, Candy Gourlay and Elizabeth Wein chat about their upcoming panel event Freedom to Read, Freedom to Write.
Polkadot Theatre adapts Pauline McKay’s acclaimed picture book Wee MacNesse for a puppet show.
Vigorous discussions from the four shortlisted Highland Book Prize nominees.
We speak to Highland Book Prize nominee Jim Miller ahead of his upcoming appearance at Ullapool Book Festival.
The lingering impression is one of wonder in Vision Mechanics’ latest.
Wink-wink content sits uneasily in this song-filled Burns tribute.
Enthusiastic Eden Court crowd whoops, sways and finger-clicks its way through feelgood musical.
We speak to Sandra Ireland and Ross Sayers, both shortlisted for the Saltire Society’s First Book of the Year Award.
Helen Sedgwick asks questions about technology, gender, and childbirth in her latest novel.
The beauty of music, words and delivery simply takes the breath away
Words and music combine in this Jane Austen adaptation.
Shakespeare gets the sock treatment
The “miracle” that is the Highlands’ big creative festival.
Unremittingly bleak, educational journey through events in black history.
Paper Birds site specific piece is in your face in the best possible way.
Barbara Henderson reports back from a Sunday well spent.