Susan Welsh saw The Opera Boys at the One Touch Theatre, Eden Court.
Susan Welsh saw Touching the Void at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
To say the Wiseman family are close is a bit of an understatement.
It’s appropriate that Scottish music legend Midge Ure has chosen to kick off his latest UK tour in Inverness, for the city helped shape his career and taught him how to cope with life on the road.
Around two years ago I wrote about looking forward to the opening of Tulloch Homes’ new Culzean showhome at the Greenfields Development in Slackbuie, Inverness.
When Ginny Stacy-Marks first viewed a plot of land in Highland Perthshire, she felt it was the perfect spot to create a holiday home.
After the roaring success of Designosaur last year, Dynamic Earth is bringing the prehistoric world back into the digital age for this month’s half-term school holidays.
KE-BANG! Just as the last bit of air was being squeezed into the bike tyre, it burst.
An offer to experience Gleneagles, even for one night, is not something you want to turn down.
Stories about refugees and asylum seekers are never far from the headlines and can spark debate everywhere, from croft houses in Caithness to the Houses of Parliament.
The last time I was in the village of Strathpeffer it was with a friend from Austria.
With Scotland proving to be a top destination for UK staycationers, Susan Welsh takes a closer look at some of the attractions on offer across the country likely to tempt curious tourists.
Michael Portillo is rarely seen without a copy of one of Bradshaw’s famous railway and travel guides which he uses to navigate his way around the world.
When cold winter winds are howling, it’s a thought to step outside and walk the dog.
They’ve been having a whale of a time in Fortrose recently.
Fans of Downton Abbey don’t have much longer to wait before the movie version of their favourite TV show hits the big screen this year.
He shouldn’t be nervous, but he is.
Malcolm Macdonald’s father had been harbouring a dark secret for years. One he chose to share with his son when he was 10. The secret was that his father, also called Malcolm Macdonald, had drowned in the Iolaire tragedy, one of the darkest days in Britain’s naval wartime history.
It feels like Christmas celebrations in Inverness have begun in earnest now that Phil Cunningham has presented his Christmas Songbook show at Eden Court.
For more than a decade, going to see Phil Cunningham and his musical pals – many of them household names including Eddi Reader, Karen Matheson and Kris Drever – in concert has become an essential part of the festive season.
Being invited to a red carpet event was a first for me.
From the outside, Guisachan, a detached house which sits within the Culloden Moor conservation area, looks very much like a traditional Scottish country house.
Next year’s Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival will be out of this world as it takes on a sci-fi theme, it has been revealed.
Skye is not just for tourists, according to property consultancy, Galbraith.
Ben Wyvis is a bonnie mountain but when there’s snow lying on it – as there is now – it looks spectacular.
In what seems like a very short time, Tornagrain has gone from being an idea on a developer’s plan to a very real and pretty new village
A little over two years ago, history was made when the first showhome at the new town of Tornagrain, on the eastern outskirts of Inverness, opened its doors to welcome in prospective buyers.
Female gamekeeper from Dornoch is beating the boys at their own game, and wants other women to follow suit
If you believe in popular stereotypes, then you may believe the life of a gamekeeper is an unusual choice for a woman.
When it comes to visiting Skye, the journey is as important as the destination.
The lives of tens of thousands of babies have been saved in Aberdeen’s Special Nursery – here is one survivor’s story
Heather Driscoll took a big breath, followed by a leap of faith as she began a freefall abseil from the top of the UK’s tallest sculpture.
Parting is such sweet sorrow, especially when David and Mary Cameron are having to say goodbye to their much-loved 12-bedroom Edwardian home, writes Susan Welsh.
During visits to Invergordon, I’d feel a pang of envy seeing the relaxed-looking passengers disembarking from cruise ships.
It’s a tradition that’s been around for more than 500 years.