Event Reviews
Life is a Dream, Edinburgh International Festival © Javier Naval

Dreams and Reality Bite at the Lyceum, Edinburgh

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.

Marchmont House

Doors Wide Open at Marchmont House

Review: Marchmont House, the Georgian mansion in the Scottish Borders, hosted its Open Studios event over the course of a weekend in August.

Abel Selaocoe, Edinburgh International Festival. Image © Ben Bonouvrier

The Fierce Cello: Abel Selaocoe at The Hub

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.

Dusk, Edinburgh International Festival Image Magali Dougados.

A Dark Innocence: Dusk, the Lyceum, Edinburgh

Review: Christiane Jatahy’s Edinburgh International Festival production at the Lyceum Theatre ‘Dusk’ attaches a disturbing contemporary relevance to the themes in Lars Von Trier’s movie ‘Dogville’.

Reveal, Glasgow's Contemporary Art Fair: entrance

Contemporary Art Fair’s Big Reveal at the SEC Glasgow

Review: Previously the Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair, the newly-rebranded Reveal art fair has a new home at the SEC, with exhibitors from across the UK including art galleries, and professional and emerging artists, with prices from £50.

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