John Byrne: Ceci n’est pas une rétrospective at the Fine Art Society in Edinburgh underscores his own assessment of himself as an ‘oddball’.
Following its debut during the recent Hidden Door festival in the historic Old Royal High building in Edinburgh, Pianodrome remains in place as the world’s first fully playable venue.
Review: Gail Turpin: Nesting at Upright Gallery in Edinburgh, features a collection of closely-studied works in various media, showing the beautiful and complex homes of our feathered friends.
Review: The intricacies of relationships cut across one family’s navigation of death, violence, race and systemic injustice in The Fellowship, at London’s Hampstead Theatre.
Housed in the renovated former laundry building for Brodick Castle on the Isle of Arran, Saltwater Gallery is celebrating its first year in business with a wide selection of works, many of them inspired by the sea and coastal life.
An exhibition and discussion series at Edinburgh’s Royal Scottish Academy of Art and Architecture (RSA) features recent work from eight artists supported by the Society’s Residencies for Scotland programme, and 2019’s winner of the Morton prize, Daniel Cook.
The annual Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival is back with a host of top Scottish and international talent across the city.
Self-portraits and other works by the ever-prolific and multi-talented artist and playwright John Byrne are on show at Glasgow’s Kelvingrove – his first retrospective for more than twenty years.
A new film about English artist Eric Ravilious (1903 – 1942) is set to affirm his accomplishments as an artist with a genius for technique, beauty and communication.
Review: Northumberland-based portrait painter Peter Hallam hosts a meeting, or symposium, of colourful and enigmatic characters at Edinburgh’s Heriot Gallery.
The Summer Exhibition at Morningside Gallery in Edinburgh is a riot of colour.
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 on a miniature scale is presented in intimate open-air performances brought to life by a storyteller, instrumentalists and two singers against a backdrop of specially-created illustrations. This year’s shows include