Review: A new film about English artist Eric Ravilious (1903 – 1942) is an insightful, balanced and ultimately touching portrait of a fascinating talent who has remained relatively unknown.
Review: The New York-based author and commentator Fran Lebowitz visits Edinburgh’s Usher Hall to offer her sardonic take on life.
Review: Acclaimed veteran rock guitarist Jeff Beck brings his mighty six-string skills to Glasgow – and introduces his not-so-secret star frontman.
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: Pepa Duarte’s one-woman show is an examination of the rich joys of food – and its obsessional, personal aspect of body-image.
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: Part-oral history project, and part-verbatim theatre, Tsunagu bridges Britain and Japan by storytelling – in theatre and by exhibition – in Shoreditch, London.
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: The British practice of slavery is rendered in involving human detail, in a dark and tense tale at Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre.
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: A round-up of some of the Scottish representatives at Collect 2022 – the annual craft display at London’s Somerset House.
Review: Emmy-nominated Jonathan Van Ness, best known for his role in ‘Queer Eye’, arrived in Glasgow to entertain the Royal Concert Hall.
Review: A high-point of Celtic Connections at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall is a truly global fusion of eastern and western classical traditions.
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: Scottish Ballet brings sparkling joy and magic in ‘The Nutcracker,’ a delicious festive treat for all ages.
Review: Edinburgh’s Summerhall’s Out of Sight Out of Mind is an ambitious multimedia exhibition showcasing artworks by more than 100 exhibitors who have lived experience of mental health issues.
Review: The Royal Scottish National Orchestra returns to the Edinburgh International Festival with Richard Strauss’ comedic opera Ariadne auf Naxos.
Review: Edinburgh-based dance theatre company Curious Seed makes its Edinburgh International Festival debut with Field – Something for the Future Now. This durational and immersive outdoor experience of dance and movement is set in Holyrood Park.
Review: Former Blur frontman continues his quest for the surprising and eclectic with fresh material at the Edinburgh International Festival’s Contemporary Music stage.