A tender and timely celebration of Greenock’s 90s music scene
Emma Rice’s ambitious production retains the joy, but dilutes the complexity of Angela Carter’s final novel
National theatre’s celebrated 2011 production retains intensity and relevance
Southern Light’s production of Cole Porter’s classic musical is delightful, delicious and de-lovely
Sciamma’s elegant masterpiece subverts the male gaze
Final NOW exhibition is deeply impressive in scope
Queen musical is spectacular but soulless
An often hilarious set from a master of her craft
Ambitious production addresses the current widespread obsession with true crime
Star of The Fast Show and Two Doors Down presents her first ever stand-up show
Novel and well crafted show from charismatic and compelling performer
‘The Podfather’ Herring brings warmth and laughter to the Fringe with award-winning podcast
Long’s show thoughtfully interweaves tales of motherhood with current affairs
A powerful performance that drives home the unique genius of Bernstein’s score
Meghan Tyler’s audacious dark comedy is brilliant, but not for the faint of heart
Rona Munro’s adaptation of Louis de Berniere’s celebrated novel is ambitious and rewarding
Zinnie Harris’ innovative re-imagining of Webster’s tragedy is a powerful deconstruction of toxic masculinity.
Amateur group’s production of Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winner is ambitious, but impressive
Documentary about Frank Sidebottom creator Chris Sievey is really fantastic. You know it is. It really is.
Matt Haig gives fans a sense of solace and connection on the final leg of his ‘Notes on a Nervous Planet’ tour.
Film maestro’s latest offering is disappointingly muddled and uncomfortable.
Fascinating but uneven documentary about 70s soul’s golden boy
Exuberant, flawless performances save Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical from becoming staid.
Glasgow’s Emmie McLuskey explores interpretations and representations of the moving body as part of Collective’s Satellite development programme for emerging artists