February proved a very busy month on the theatre circuit in Scotland. In a single week, I attended six shows and reviewed five of them – three being five star productions. That tells me two …
With the Edinburgh Festivals now wound up for another year, the performing arts in Scotland finally feel on a meaningful road to recovery from COVID. This year’s affair was altogether more subdued – a much …
Eden Court has announced that the theatre’s buildings will be closed until 4th August due to a high proportion of staff needing to self-isolate.
This first proper glimpse at normality for the first time in 16 months means that we could see a meaningful Edinburgh Fringe – and maybe even a return to the glorious world of pantomime that we have all so desperately missed… oh, yes we have!
After an incredibly tough time for the industry, the venue will see audiences return for the first time in 15 months.
Despite the new and slightly untested medium to take us there, all the panto essentials are waiting for us and innovative little sparks make for a really immersive experience.
Perth Theatre panto has vowed that it will still be LIVE and interactive – but online this year… oh, yes it will!
Fresh from the dizzy heights of success with Jack and The Beanstalk, writing duo Ken Alexander and Fraser Boyle bring to life the magical tale of ‘The Scunner That Stole Christmas’.