balletLORENT showcase their singular spin on a classic tale, promising magic with a bite.
Brig Arts invites students and staff to take part in our very own book club.
At a time of political tug of war, who can you trust? Arts editor Hayley Burrell reviews stage thriller Democracy.
The opera will play its second Scottish date at the Macrobert on Saturday September 24.
The celebrated author will appear at the Logie lecture theatre on October 11, where he will read extracts from his Booker-winning book The Famished Road and hold a Q & A.
The musical adaptation of Jane Austen’s final novel Persuasion was faithful to the source material and a joy for Austen fans, writes Brig arts editor Hayley Bannon.
The Chamber Opera Chicago is coming to Macrobert for one night only, as part of its fourth annual international tour of Jane Austen’s Persuasion.
Expressive dance show Breathe, peformed at the MacRobert, sought to convey a dark, honest portrayal of love and life, writes Caroline Malcolm.
The tragic, affecting story of Nijinsky is told as theatre and dance come together, writes Caroline Malcolm.
Blackout is a dark, insightful and blackly comic look at the whirlwind of alcoholism, writes Caroline Malcolm.