A look back over Elia Kazan’s classic 1951 film version at the Filmhouse as Scottish Ballet prepare a dance adaptation of Streetcar.
Here you’ll find the ten definitive hot-tickets of the next two weeks
Ramon Tikaram, who plays the King in Paul Kerryson’s The King and I adaptation, speaks to us about the Orient, the Occident and everything in between.
With promise of giant gold Buddhas, acrobatic dancers and a ten-piece orchestra, Leicester Curve’s lavish spectacle opens in Edinburgh this Christmas.
Get the wellies out, layer up and brave the outdoors; panto season is upon us!
A splendid wintery treat with a chance to see Matthew Bourne’s acclaimed production of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker.
The chance to see these pieces, particularly Roughcut, is not something that should be missed by lovers of dance and those who appreciate Alston’s seminal contribution.
Period costumes and colourful sets get Scottish Opera back to the traditional days of the art form in their staging of Rossini’s classic.
Since returning to music, after his short lived retirement, Ryan Adams has continued to release music at a pace that still puts most artists to shame…
Slava Polunin’s veteran clowning production returns, still as joyful and innocent as the snow it has found inspiration in.
Kurt Weill’s dark, brooding American Opera full of jazz tinged arias comes to Edinburgh Festival Theatre.
A musical big-hitter which tosses up a mix between regenerated stage careers and renowned TV stars.
Entertaining, illuminating and fascinating take on Shakespeare’s work filtered through the culture and traditions of the East.
Two pairs of tickets to give away for this year’s CATS
Baritone Eddie Wade speaks to us about Scottish Opera’s cogent new version of Verdi’s Rigoletto
Scottish Opera bring an autobiographical comic opera from one of the 20th Century’s giants.
Magical take on the legendary Egyptian queen from Northern Ballet directed by David Nixon and featuring a lyrical score from Miss Saigon and Les Miserables composer Claude-Michel Schönberg
As the stage prepares for a retelling of Oliver Sacks’ novel, Mark tells us about the process from book to dance
The boys in the pork-pie hats are back @ Festival Theatre Edinburgh, 22-26 Feb
Showing @ Festival Theatre 9-13 Feb, a daunting performance by some of the best in the business.