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Directors in Scotland are calling on the country's cultural sector to come together to help close a perceived gap in the career ladders of...

Entertainment venues in Scotland will receive protection from noise complaints, after the 'agent of change' planning principle was enshrined into Scottish law. The principle means...

The artistic director of the Glasgow's Take Me Somewhere performing arts festival tells David Pollock about presenting the best of Scottish artists, cutting her...

The Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland took place at the Tramway in Glasgow on June 9. Here are the winners in full: Best female...

The Scottish government has announced its intention to hold a summit exploring concerns around the visa difficulties faced by foreign artists performing at cultural...

Wide-eyed and excited, a young actor from Edinburgh named Marie arrives in London with dreams of making her name and career in the big...

Domestic drama spills over into terror in Patrick Hamilton's 1938 play, set in fogbound Victorian London. Though Kai Fischer’s production has plenty of atmosphere,...

Presented as part of the Citizens Women season, Stef Smith’s updating of Ibsen’s play uses a structurally impressive motif to tell the story of...

Scotland’s annual £90 million state funding for the arts is to be scrutinised by the Scottish Parliament’s culture committee. The committee has launched an inquiry...
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