The new touring production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat comes to Glasgow and Aberdeen.
Join us as we highlight the news from the world of music, opera, dance theatre and film.
Artist and playwright revisits early-1960’s Paisley in Underwood Lane, inspired by his late friend Gerrry Rafferty, and a companion piece to The Slab Boys.
Scottish Opera is back on the road with Pop-up Opera, featuring three half-hour shows for audiences of all ages. All the drama of grand opera
Laurel and Hardy returns to The Lyceum in Edinburgh nearly twenty years after it was first performed at the Theatre.
Joan Clevillé’s re-imagination of Sophocles’ classic story for a contemporary world, told through the body and the voice of a single performer.
The new season at Pitlochry Festival Theatre opens with a new production of Sunshine on Leith, followed by other classic programme highlights.
Aberdeen Performing Arts’ programme for May continues with three top-class performances.
Edinburgh is due to host a new free theatre festival called StagEHd, a weekend of al fresco drama at the 2,500-capacity Ross Bandstand in Princes Street Gardens.
Turner Prize winner Douglas Gordon’s new multi-screen film installation at Dundee Contemporary Arts takes us on a European railway journey into dark and personal histories.
Written by Caroline Bird and directed by Wils Wilson, Red Ellen at Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre is a new play about the Labour MP Ellen Wilkinson – on the right side of history, but the wrong side of life.
The beautiful setting of Paxton House in the Scottish Borders is the backdrop to a ten-day programme of sumptuous chamber music in July.
Scottish Opera’s Spring Season in venues across the country continues with Mozart’s masterpiece Don Giovanni, one of the world’s most performed operas.
Based on the best-selling novel of this century by Dan Brown (over 100 million copies sold to date), The Da Vinci Code has been adapted into a fast-paced stage thriller.
Opera Bohemia, Scotland’s professional touring opera company, is currently on the road with Mozart’s comedy The Marriage of Figaro.
Edinburgh’s Capital Theatres are offering backstage tours of its Festival and King’s theatres.
After two years online the Edinburgh International Harp Festival is back live in its new home at George Watson’s College.
For their 30th anniversary production, Northern Broadsides bring their bold, refreshing production of As You Like It, Shakespeare’s most musical comedy, to the Perth Theatre.
Lunchtime Classical Concerts have returned to The Brunton in Musselburgh, encompassing J S Bach to Lili Boulanger.
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra takes the show on the road around Scotland throughout March.
Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre has announced its full Spring Season, kicking-off in full drag.
Dance International Glasgow (DIG) is set to return to Tramway and outdoor locations in Glasgow, with a range of UK and international performers.
Hamish Napier, the Old Blind Dogs and Breabach are St Margaret’s Centre Braemar’s three-part traditional music line-up in March.
Never shy of a challenge, Scottish Ensemble is setting out to perform Tchaikovsky’s 30-minute Serenade for Strings by heart.
Lunchbreak Concerts have returned to Aberdeen Art Gallery’s Cowdray Hall with a fortnightly series of recitals in a range of music genres.