Jemima Levick-directed production gets a great many aspects right, which is why it’s all the more disappointing that a few don’t work.
Lionel Bart’s award-winning 1960s musical comes to touching and moving life in a hearty non-professional production
Bruce Robinson’s black comedy follows the plight of two struggling actors trying to find their place both on the stage and in the world.
The sordid tale of Charles Dickens and his lover Nelly Ternen.
A charming and music filled version of Dickens’ seasonal ghost story.
A look back at the classic piece of Swedish silent cinema directed by Victor Sjöström.
A look ahead to the 2013/2014 season of Edinburgh’s premiere company theatre.
National Theatre of Scotland offers up a Christmas show leagues ahead of the rest.
Possibly one of the dreariest stabs at Dickens in some time.
Miriam Margolyes’ character drama reignites a love of Dickensian literature.
A colourful performance of two lesser known Dickensian tales from the writer’s best interpreter.
Victorian London had plenty to be scared about…