A powerful portrayal of the often unheard stories of honour-based violence and domestic abuse that take can place in Scottish Asian marriages.
Comedian and writer Rosie Holt, winner of The Sitcom Trails 2013, tells us about making a comedy name for yourself at the Fringe.
We speak to Programme Coordinator Sean Greenhorn about the Sound & Vision strand’s new place in the Glasgow Film Theatre calendar.
Some hilarious moments and witty local observations, brought together by an energetic cast and excellent live musicians, but it fails to resolve in a meaningful way.
With a tagline of ‘Traditional Culture. Live’, TradFest is another jewel in the Edinburgh festivals crown, crossing artform barriers and bringing an eclectic array of events under one banner.
A masterpiece in live score, sound design and story exploring the theme of setting off into the dangerous unknown.
A beautifully staged and seamlessly performed revival of David Hare’s 1993 classic, timely in the run-up to the General Election
A thoroughly entertaining and beautifully balanced dissection of love and pills.
A fun and well thought-out show promising the tantalising intrigue of a real life Enlightenment secret society for young women.
A short and sweet verbal and visual poem about homeland, paternity and Scottish identity.
We spoke to Scottish Opera performers Nico Darmanin and Rebecca Bottone about their new version of La Cenerentola.
A challenging and absorbing piece of grotesque physical theatre.
Enjoyable but predictable farce which tackles Catholic attitudes towards homosexuality.