Iseult Golden and David Horan offer a stellar exploration of the education system, class and raising kids after separation.
The Artistic Director of New Room Theatre talks about his verbatim play exploring alcoholism and the road to recovery.
Uneven performances stop this award-winning play from having Alexi Kaye Campbell’s intended impact.
A laid-back evening celebrating what the passion and creativity found in Basque short film cinema.
Theatre Lovett welcomes you to Le Monde Bouleversé, the setting of a captivating tale of vengeance and redemption.
Theatre Objektiv’s beautifully compelling drama reveals the devastating toll the SS Arandora Star had on Scotland’s Italian community.
We sat down with Artistic Director Orla O’Loughlin, to discuss what to expect from the Traverse’s festival programme.
Although a great display of talent, the RCS’s students are stunted by Weill’s flawed opera.
In a captivating production, Ludens Ensemble give a voice to the people of Cyprus who were long-silenced during the national civil war.
Seven years in and no sign of slowing down, Summerhall once again hope to win over Fringe audiences with their cultural smörgåsbord of a programme.
Amy Ross’s Elphaba is astounding in the latest UK touring production of Wicked.
Shôn Dale Jones’ performance at The Traverse comes across as more self-serving than selfless.
An exquisite feat of artistic design with a love story guaranteed to enrapture.
Firebrand’s creative decisions get in the way of powerful grief-stricken monologue.
Actress Judith Chelma will keep you captivated in this quiet yet stirring period drama.
A humour-filled play about materialism that could do more to make its critical voice heard.
An artistic film rich in symbolism and history that sadly will not be to everyone’s liking.
Shona Reppe’s creative retelling of the classic fairytale leaves audience enthralled
Although a visually stunning feature, Manifesto fails to make a statement.
A carefully-constructed exploration of male vulnerability
A remarkable tale of two elderly sisters let down by an exhausting plot.
A powerfully hypnotic and heartbreaking production of the musical based on Frank Wedekind’s polemic cult classic.
A progressive piece of theatre proving that art has no boundaries, not even for the disabled.
A gripping and incredibly raw presentation of two people who, by staying together, find themselves hurting both each other and themselves.