Audiences have been singing and dancing at the Edinburgh Playhouse this past week as the musical 9 to […]
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Pantomime Season? Oh no it isn’t! Oh yes it is!
As the festive season approaches, we round-up what local families can expect from this season’s pantomime offerings.
Today theatre venues and production companies from all over the world celebrate #LoveTheatreDay. Theatre fans and professionals are invited to share their appreciation for the performing arts online.
Stuck in the capital this week with nothing to do? Follow our guide to find the best events […]
Monty Python’s Spamalot, a hit Broadway musical is opening at the Edinburgh Playhouse tonight. Written by Eric Idel […]
Review by Susannah Radford
Somersaults, by Iain Finlay MacLeod, is a lovely meditation on the power of language, its link to identity and the pain associated with trying to keep a dying language alive. Identity is eroded as one’s mother tongue is forgotten. It’s a cause for concern; in the last census Gaelic speakers made up just under 2% of the Scottish population.
As James’ life collapses he also has to face up to his father’s impending death, his last remaining link to the Gaelic language; his mother tongue.
By Anne Mackie West End theatre has experienced a record breaking year in 2010 according to theatre producer […]