Atmospheric performance of Indian classical dance
Bold feminist humour about mothers, cows and everything in between
Lighthearted clown show brings a hard-hitting theme to stage
A young woman converses with the artist about mental health in personal and interesting play
Powerful silent show about the devastating effects for domestic abuse
Strong performance in a Scottish coming-of-age solo show
Herman Melville’s enduring tale of a man’s obsession with beast in a solo show
Pip Utton returns with well-executed solo show about the greatest physicist of last century
The star of Indian comedy muses about love
Canadian troupe bring Frankenstein’s back-story to stage
Fusion music brings to life legendary filmmaker’s work
Husband and wife team up to write an intriguing tale of murder set in the seedy underbelly of 19th century Edinburgh.
A dazzling performance retelling George B. Shaw’s classic story.
Jonathan Whiteside’s play starts strong, though lacks the horror feel you hope for.
100 years after the Iolaire tragedy Donald S Murray combines fact with fiction in this exploration of the families affected by the disaster.
Posthumous anthology from one of the world’s greatest lyricists
A jarring and honest portrayal of the effects of war.
A quest into the meaning of identity in a post-9/11 world.
A delightful, intelligent and hilarious read about the nuances of corporate life.
Sweeping poetry anthology pays tribute to gamut of Scottish identities.
A creative set and a stand-out lead make this a worthwhile production.
Celebration of walks across Scotland offers insights into nation’s people and history.
New collection explores historical ties between Scotland and India
The Author and Historian speaks to a packed out Book Festival Spiegeltent.