Much-loved chronicler of America’s South brings his Hoedown band to Scotland.
The Dempsey sisters tell us about their hotly-anticipated new show.
Festival? What festival? A look at what’s happening over in Scotland’s biggest city this August.
Tron launch their mini-festival, this year inspired by sound
Phil Bolger on why he’s looking forward to Electric Fields festival
Aye Write!, Glasgow’s Book Festival, returns to the Mitchell Library with a packed programme of literary events, performances and workshops.
Vegan and rock’n’roll seem an unlikely combination, but somehow the 21-year-old pianist/singer from East Kilbride manages to pull it off.
Matt Abbott is a street poet and indie musician from Wakefield. Matt lets us know about his influences and preparation for his Fringe debut, the Spoken Word show – Matt Abbott is Skint & Demoralised.
We speak to Programme Coordinator Sean Greenhorn about the Sound & Vision strand’s new place in the Glasgow Film Theatre calendar.
The lack of decent music venues in Edinburgh has been a black mark on the city’s cultural landscape for many years, but maybe things are changing. Robert James Peacock looks at some green shoots of recovery…
Incoming director Fergus Linehan announces a full-blooded, though less than exploratory, programme of classical music for this year’s Edinburgh International Festival
Elsie Ward speaks to Vetusta Morla about their upcoming Edinburgh show, and what Spanish rock has to offer the UK.
A new festival of storytelling and remembrance that allows everyone to pay tribute to those they have lost.
A fascinating glimpse of this eccentric figure and his world of music, radical politics and African spiritualism.
Interview with the man behind the Fringe’s most portable and stylish venue.
Alison Peebles chats to us on the oral culture of music ahead of Dogstar’s production of The Captain’s Collection, one of the company’s earliest creations.
Newly appointed Composer in Residence at Scottish Opera Gareth Williams chats to us about site-specific opera, music therapy and a Northern Irish elephant.
With promise of giant gold Buddhas, acrobatic dancers and a ten-piece orchestra, Leicester Curve’s lavish spectacle opens in Edinburgh this Christmas.
With some rising names of the dance and music industry, this production acts as a showcase for theatre that aspired to the visual richness so common in Scottish Opera.
An intimate showcase with Edinburgh’s Wounded Knee and a lo-fi blast from London’s Yuck mark a capital weekend for gigging.