REVIEWS

Danza Contemporanea de Cuba comprises performers with stupendous technique. The company also displays a fine-tuned sense of drama and exuberance in their latest non-narrative...

You've read the poem, now see the musical. Eric Idle's 1996 novel, on which Dougal Irvine's stage adaptation is based, takes Edward Lear's famous...

Part tacky talent show, part scornful send-up of contemporary culture, Fire in the Machine is a wildly energetic performance piece from youth theatre company...

More a live rock concert for four spiky, spicy "rock chicks" than a fully-fledged musical, Lizzie is a raucous, noisy scream of a show....

Back in 1962, Scottish Opera’s inaugural season consisted of just two works: Madam Butterfly and Pelleas et Melisande. Debussy’s symbolist opera returns to the...

Fleeing Nazi oppression in the 1940s, Bertolt Brecht travelled to America where he would adapt his biographical epic Life of Galileo with the collaboration...

Agatha Christie and Margaret Rutherford would surely spin in their graves if they knew the secret sorrows of Britain’s “queen of crime” and the...

Jake Gyllenhaal has proven in plays, on and off Broadway (Constellations, If There is I Haven’t Found It Yet), that he is an adroit stage...

It may be the nation's favourite Shakespeare, but when you stop and think about it, A Midsummer Night's Dream is pretty damn problematic: a messy, uncomfortable...

What better way to assuage the dreary and drizzling onslaught of Storm Doris (and life in general) than with Mother Africa. Watching this heady...

Insane Root Theatre’s production of Orpheus and Eurydice is more demanding of its audience than most. To watch the show, ticket holders must be...

On paper, Klatwa (The Curse) is a 1899 play by Polish dramatist and renaissance man, Stanislaw Wyspianski. It has long been out of favour...
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