Here you’ll find the ten definitive hot-tickets of the next two weeks
Writer Peter Arnott talks to us on the misinterpretation of the spiritual industry ahead of Vox Motus’ The Infamous Brothers Davenport at the Lyceum.
A round up of the very best of pantoland and Christmas entertainment from around Scotland.
Get the wellies out, layer up and brave the outdoors; panto season is upon us!
Stuart Paterson talks panto, politics and parties ahead of his Christmas show Beauty and the Beast at The Lyceum.
Whatever your standing on religion, science, ageing and disease is, Abi Morgan’s new play will surely challenge it.
From marriage to friendship, religion to science, Dundee to Edinburgh: it’s all about collaboration…
Although the festival is over, Edinburgh is still furnished with a great deal of arts entertainment for everyone. The only thing you need to hope for is some sunshine.
Entertaining, illuminating and fascinating take on Shakespeare’s work filtered through the culture and traditions of the East.
Against the backdrop of the SNP’s overwhelming victory, Scottish independence comes into focus once more
In Educating Agnes, as with Tartuffe, the language is transposed to Scots and rhyming couplets, a combination which is sure to produce a rapier wit-filled farce.
In terms of sheer relevancy, John Graham’s darkly comic new play anchors itself as a necessity in theatre.
Showing @ Royal Lyceum Theatre 15 Mar – 2 Apr: Sue Glover’s recreation of a feminine idol explores the sexiness of a decade, the insecurities of a culture and the destructive introspection of an individual
To mark the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, Lyceum and Stellar Quines theatre company combine to brutally challenge, discuss and iterate the struggles of female individuality and equality
Showing @ Lyceum Theatre, get ready for some bold performances challenging notions of liberation and freedom.
NLP’s new show Blue Hen by Des Dillon following on from their success with Singin’ I’m No A Billy, He’s a Tim last year. Showing @Lyceum 13-15th May 19:30
Jo Clifford’s latest show about loss and grief, interview with director Mark Thomson showing @Lyceum 19 March – 10 April 19:45
Arthur Miller’s The Price playing at the Lyceum from 15th Jan till 13th Feb
Prepare yourselves for this ‘gothic, existentialist thriller’ at the Royal Lyceum 16 Oct – 7 Nov