Scottish Ensemble’s Scotland-wide tour of Concerts by Candlelight series returns with the theme of Music for Warmth and Restoration.
WIN! Treat yourself-plus-one to a special holiday performance, with a pair of choice seats to Scottish Ensemble’s Candlelit Concerts.
Review: To many the ultimate rom-com, Pretty Woman: The Musical has arrived in Glasgow, with a dazzling production and high-calibre cast.
Making its debut at Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket, Deep Time is a festival of new music, featuring commissions and performances from leading radical and experimental composers, musicians and improvisers.
Musician Aidan O’Rourke is transforming National Library of Scotland in Edinburgh’s reading rooms into musical performance spaces for storytelling, music and song.
The new Haddington Concert Society 2023/24 season once again offers chamber music of the highest calibre performed by musicians well-known on the world stage, and outstanding young musicians.
‘Fridays at One’ is an opportunity to join the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) in Glasgow as they showcase talent from their students, faculty, alumni and guest artists.
Traditional music promoters The Soundhouse Organisation continue their Monday evening concert series at the Traverse in Edinburgh.
The BBC SSO continues its new season in Glasgow and Aberdeen, with Berlioz’s blockbuster Symphonie Fantastique.
The world premiere of National Theatre of Scotland’s new take on Dracula, the action is relocated to the wild beauty of Aberdeenshire – reportedly the inspiration for the classic novel.
Twenty years after its last full-scale production, Tally’s Blood follows the lives of an Italian immigrant family in Scotland from the 1930s to the 1950s, at Perth Theatre.
The Sunday Classics season at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall features music from around the world.
Combining well-known popular works with contemporary compositions, Scottish Ensemble continue their commitment to building long-term connections with local communities across the country.
Returning for its 14th year, the popular Lammermuir Festival continues its trademark mix of classical music in beautiful and sometimes remote locations across East Lothian.
Visiting 17 cities, towns and communities around Scotland, Scottish Opera’s troupe of talented singers with piano accompaniment performs a collection of popular classics and lesser-known pieces.
The Summer Season continues at one of the most scenic theatre locations in Scotland – Pitlochry Festival Theatre in Perthshire.
Two thrilling works by two exciting dance-makers kick off Scottish Ballet’s autumn programme.
Review: National Theatre’s critically acclaimed adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane has arrived at Glasgow’s King’s Theatre as part of its 2023 UK tour.
Review: Pedro Calderón de la Barca’s 1636 comedy Life Is a Dream gets a playful, surreal treatment that toys with our sense of reality in Edinburgh International Festival’s Lyceum production.
Review: Unchanged, Jake Bugg’s basic approach has the Edinburgh crowds loving his set of song-nuggets in his International Festival outing at the city’s Playhouse.
Review: Cellist Abel Selaocoe performs a dazzling solo showcase of the seemingly-limitless depth of his talent, and the sonic possibilities of his instrument, at Edinburgh International Festival venue The Hub.
Review: Premiered in 1944, Michael Tippett’s A Child of Our Time mixed musical and cultural traditions to devastating effect in an all-embracing, ambitious oratorio, now performed as part of this year’s Edinburgh International Festival by Sir Andrew Davis, RSNO and Edinburgh Festival Chorus.
The Brunton Theatre is taking its long-standing and colourful contribution to Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival out and about in various places in the Musselburgh and Fisherrow area.
Review: Dublin-based band Lankum forge an atmospheric, at times near-terrifying beauty, inspired by dark folk tradition, at Edinburgh’s Queen’s Hall.