Fascinating and wide ranging interview with Peter Rice – designer for Scottish Opera’s season finale, Tosca.
A quiet month on Glasgow’s stages, but with enough on offer to get you off the couch and into a fold down seat.
A plethora of theatrical highlights to indulge yourself with this March in Glasgow.
The best of Glasgow’s theatrical treats to get you through the darkness and schmaltz of February.
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.
Period costumes and colourful sets get Scottish Opera back to the traditional days of the art form in their staging of Rossini’s classic.
Round up of all that’s best in Glasgow’s theatres this October.
All that’s best in the theatres of Glasgow this May
Scottish Opera bring an autobiographical comic opera from one of the 20th Century’s giants.
The best in drama, comedy, musicals, opera and dance
Scottish Opera perform their fourth Handel piece, updated to 1940 swapping the Charlemagne army for the RAF with Tim Mead and Sally Silver.
There’s both quantity and a great deal of quality awaiting the theatregoer in Glasgow this coming month, from wrestling to opera…
Dark chamber opera kicks off the Traverse Autumn Festival
Scottish Opera’s touring production kicks of in Glasgow Oct 29th so unpack your cynicism and let the exuberant lunacy wash over you
Indulge in some late night Fringe entertainment
For those new to opera this should provide an interesting if atypical introduction and to the aficionados with this bite-sized evening. Showing @Traverse Theatre 20-25 May then touring
Coming to Livingston’s Howden Park Centre Sat 20 March, the best bits of Opera!
Interview with Paul Carey Jones about the upcoming opera Italian Girl in Algiers, inspired by the Playboy mansion… (Festival Theatre: 25-28th Nov)