Non-stop, feel good, glorious theatre – and a bit mad, too
Pentabus Theatre Company excellently delivers a powerful portrayal of transformation and kinship
A varied and life-affirming album from American troubadour
A technically beautiful Gothic tale that punches below its weight
Priscilla’s queens shake their groove things superbly
Filmmaker’s passion creates enlightening watch
Testosterone-fuelled physicality fails to please
Iannucci scores with rambunctious Dickens romp
Solid film shows quiet heroism
A rapturous dance around the Monopoly board
Brittle allegory shows a collapsing bourgeois world on the eve of a military coup
Some treasure in brave independent venture
An electrifying performance exemplifying the writing and acting talents of Scotland’s young actors.
National Theatre of Scotland stays true to the modern classic,while offering fresh, stirring theatre in its wake.
Documentary genre finds new horizons
In one era and out the other, this flawless production of Virginia Woolf’s classic is a timely piece.