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Preview: March Theatre

A Streetcar Named Desire, Glasgow Comedy Festival and a star-studded The Producers are among the highlights hitting the stage this month

Interview: Anna Devin

Irish soprano Anna Devin talks about the role of Zerlina in Scottish Opera’s season opener Don Giovanni.

Interview: Pia Furtado

Director Pia Furtado talks about emotion, openness and the challenges of taking on a powerful, but little known opera.

Interview: Peter Rice

Fascinating and wide ranging interview with Peter Rice – designer for Scottish Opera’s season finale, Tosca.

Glasgow Theatre: April

A quiet month on Glasgow’s stages, but with enough on offer to get you off the couch and into a fold down seat.

Interview: Gareth Williams

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 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.

The Barber of Seville

Period costumes and colourful sets get Scottish Opera back to the traditional days of the art form in their staging of Rossini’s classic.


Scottish Opera bring an autobiographical comic opera from one of the 20th Century’s giants.