Cinderella

This December the Traverse Theatre is home to Shona Reppe’s brilliant interpretation of the classic Grimm fairy tale Cinderella. It seems that the story has been adapted in every way imaginable,...

The Arabian Nights

There are one thousand and one ways to reinvent the classic Arabian Nights, and Suhayla El-Bushra has dreamt up a tale perfect for all ages. Despite a worrisome start, this production is a must see...

Radical Book Fair Overview

The Edinburgh Independent & Radical Book Fair was established in 1996 by Wole Soyinka in conjunction with Word Power Books. In this, its twenty-first year, it returns to Edinburgh from the 16th...

And Per Se And: Part XVI

And per se and is a series of exhibitions at the Ingleby Gallery in which two artists are paired together to showcase three pieces of art. The rolling sequence of exhibitions is set to last twelve...

Damned Rebel Bitches

A nine-year-old Ella tells the audience the tale of the fierce Jacobite women who followed their husbands onto the battlefield and prevented them from retreating during the Jacobite uprising. Termed...

La Bohème

The Scottish Opera’s production of Puccini’s La Bohème is a stunning interpretation of classic operatic repertoire. Director Renaud Doucet and designer André Barbe’s decision to bring Rodolfo...

Nabucco

Verdi’s Nabucco is the second in a set of three operas, which occupied the Edinburgh Playhouse from 30 March to 1 April. This trio, including La Boheme and Aida, is curated and directed by Ellen...