A vibrant animated exploration of sport’s spectators that never stops moving.
Murder is on the mind, as a series of short films take death as their subject matter.
Puppetry with a social conscience, as Scottish mining has a final day in the sun in Claire Lamond’s latest work.
A lively and loving take on 1930’s burlesque, let down by an overly ambitious set-up.
A look ahead to arguably Scotland’s most beguiling festival, dedicated to animation, puppetry and visual theatre.
A pseudo-profound look at life that isn’t as clever as it thinks it is.
Explorations of human psychology rarely whip along at such a thrilling pace, in this new adaptation of the Russian classic.
Skill and soulfulness combine in a dazzling display of how life affirming dance can be.
A haunting slice of early 20th Century Hebridean life, with a bitter sting in the tale.
A poignant and calming Viennese tour, taking in life, art and loneliness.
A delicious cocktail of delicate arias and exquisite staging, from these two stunning explorations of the deadly power of love.
Comedy-as-protest, as performers, activists and Festival-goers gather round the Russian Consulate.
An inventive exploration of fear in all its forms, delivered with an unusually kind comedic ear.
A passionate middle aged rant that has a bleeding, brilliant social heart.