Successful authors discuss approaching a new novel. Is it better to plan or fly by the seat of your…
Poignant and funny insight by Rona Munro, set in Aberdeen and part of the city’s inaugural Granite Noir festival
Tremendous overview of Allen’s transition from slapstick to serious comedy dramatist.
Blues-rock magic blows The Lemon Tree away
A bold approach touring a new album pre-release
Play about carers throws a spotlight on opportunities missed.
Intense journey through Mercury Music Prize nominee’s world defies musical categorisation.
Skills and techniques of acting haven’t changed… this is the valuable passing on of knowledge.
A suffocating performance. Less enjoyable as entertainment but all the more powerful as a political statement.
Funny, likeable and self-deprecating but topical material needs to be kept up to date.
A delicious juxtaposition of dynamic delivery and character inertia
Ach, will it be fine for Aberdeen comedy team the Flying Pigs?
A fun football debate. Shame you can’t really join in!
Is Ishbel McFarlane a wise hoolet? You decide.
A new mother finds how difficult it is to find peace in Iraq.
He fair kens the difference between loons and quines.
Prom: not to be confused with Glee
Latest Play, Pie, Pint at Lemon Tree portrays a couple whose long-term relationship has descended into obligation, drudgery and domesticity.
Dundee Rep prove Agatha Christie can still surprise.