A diverse programme of events hoping to attract diverse audiences to Charlotte Square Gardens this summer.
We spoke to Director Claire Wood about the Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Company’s upcoming production of The Lark, Jean Anouilh’s inspiring play about Joan of Arc.
Free-spirited 50-somethings, extra-terrestrial sexuality experiments and Libyan female footballers star in June’s cinematic programme.
Now in its eighth year, Summerhall once again promises a verisimilitude of visual arts, music, and theatre projects for the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe.
Tearaway 90s teens, Colombian drug cartels and Icelandic warrior activists feature in May’s programme.
Festival of creative ageing settles in to new slot in May
Four-day horror extravaganza rears its head at the Filmhouse once more.
Multi-arts festival returns to Platform in Easterhouse for another year
Chinese allegories, Italian origin stories and cerebral spookiness await in April’s programme.
The world is messing with our minds and bestselling author, Matt Haig, is here to discuss how we might stay sane despite the pressures we face.
Plenty of classy foreign cinema to get your teeth into this March.
Our writers pick their highlights from the upcoming film fest.
The Dear Green Place has its annual comedy shindig next month. Here’s our round-up of some of the shows we’ve already seen.
New monthly comedy night from Scottish rising star.
As the first Edinburgh International Improv Festival approaches, we take a look at the new addition to the festival city.
Bizarre social experiments and tense race relations abound in February’s new releases.
Ailing English queens and rebellious Scottish ones await in January’s new releases.
Japanese anime, daredevil free soloist climbers and Robert Redford’s last acting role await at the Filmhouse.
Tasty launch of popular Aberdeen crime fiction festival
The Scottish Queer International Film Festival comes to Glasgow in December.