An Interview with: Loud Poets

Maybe one of the most influential poetry groups on the circuit, Loud Poets are back after a very successful time at the Edinburgh Fringe and, speaking to Catherine Wilson and Fiona Liddell, Loud...

Best of Burlesque

The crème de la crème of the burlesque world has been brought to Assembly Gardens for a cheeky night of fun and show business. Definitely an event where one should prepare for sequins, glamour and...

Out of the Blue

What is so special about a group of suited lads singing in formation? Well, the performance of Out of the Blue answers this question with their high energy, charisma and wonderful singing! This is an...

Loud Poets

With a stage set with spotlights on a sole microphone and the band on the outskirts of the light’s glow, this is a performance that aims to focus all its love and appreciation for language. The...

Walls

Deeply moving and truly beautiful, Walls is a heartfelt piece of physical theatre, narrating through movement and performance the stories of refugees from East Berlin during the Cold War as well as...

Urinetown

Photo credit: Andrew Perry Urinetown Churchill Theatre Run Ended Urinetown: The Musical, a story of revolution in a farcical land where people live under the rule of corporation ‘Urine Good...

The Weatherhouse

Written in 1930, The Weatherhouse recalls author Nan Shepherd’s own experiences of wartime life in her beloved Cairngorms. As with her work The Living Mountain, Shepherd brilliantly presents a...