Review: The New York-based author and commentator Fran Lebowitz visits Edinburgh’s Usher Hall to offer her sardonic take on life.
Review: The popular ABBA jukebox musical shines just as brightly as the films, with the magical sparkle of the Swedish pop group’s biggest hits.
Review: Ellen Kent’s touring production of Bizet’s classic opera brings the full flavour of southern Spain to a full Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
Review: In its debut as a touring show, the award-winning hit podcast Table Manners arrives in Edinburgh, with special guest Sophie Ellis-Bextor.
Review: The popular coming-of-age stage musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a frantic celebration of individuality and drag culture.
Review: Based on the 2007 movie of the same name, Waitress is the ultimate story about a small-town girl with big dreams.
Review: Pixar’s classic pioneering 1995 film returns to Glasgow as a live orchestral experience, with Randy Newman’s songs to the fore.
Review: Billed as the most-visited immersive multi-sensory experience in the world, a spectacular walk-through installation based on the work of painter Vincent Van Gogh has arrived in Edinburgh.
Review: Award-winning English stage and tv star Derren Brown brings his ever-surprising show to Glasgow’s Kings Theatre.
Review: The first book in the series in C S Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia has been brought to Glasgow in an exciting and vibrant production directed by Michael Fentiman.
Review: Emmy-nominated Jonathan Van Ness, best known for his role in ‘Queer Eye’, arrived in Glasgow to entertain the Royal Concert Hall.
Review: Citizens Theatre’s production of A Christmas Carol is finally back in its full glory, with a fantastic ensemble and a pure delight to watch.
Review: Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre brings Carlo Collodi’s famous boy-puppet story to life, presenting Robert Alan Evans’ and Lu Kemp’s adaptation at Tramway.
Review: Entertainment in true Glasgow style in Lewis Hetherington’s hilarious take on the pantomime perennial, at the East End’s Platform arts centre.
Review: Featuring the classic song Walking In The Air, Howard Blake’s musical play, based on Raymond Briggs’ much-loved book, has come to Glasgow.
Review: We know the song and maybe have seen the film – how about the musical? Artmag reviews the Glasgow run of Dolly Parton’s smash-hit office comedy.
Until December 31
A fun-filled festive adventure for 3-6 year olds and their adults.
Until December 5
Flutter is an interactive, immersive performance for 2-6 year olds that combines puppetry, music and stunning visuals to create a multi-sensory performance for small hands.
A wee version of a big ballet, recommended for wee ones aged 3–8. This specially-adapted, hour long show is the perfect way for young families to discover the magic of ballet.
Until November 3
Bram Stoker’s Dracula is brought to life in a more contemporary interpretation and includes all the familiar characters.
Until November 18
Our last year’s favourite autumnal event of the year is BACK. Illuminight in partnership with Lidl this year offers a fantastic night out for the whole family, a romantic treat for a couple or a fun evening with a group of friends.
Shrek The Musical based on the Oscar winning DreamWorks Animation film is back! This hilarious, engaging and spectacular production is currently showing at the King’s Theatre in Glasgow until October 6th.
Until August 4
Based on the 1980 pop culture film, Fame The Musical following the live of students at the New York High School for the Performing Arts as they navigate their way through studying, exploring their creativity and young love.
Until July 21
Wizard of Oz – THE BEYOND BROADWAY EXPERIENCE has come to King’s Theatre, Edinburgh. This fantastic adaptation, follows the huge success of The Beyond Broadway Experience in 2016 & 2017, the Wizard of Oz will have you dancing down the Yellow Brick Road all the way to the Emerald City with a twist.