Scottish Ballet’s The Nutcracker is at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness next week, bringing a wonderful, magical and timeless show the whole family will enjoy.
The slate is green and clean for Dean Chisnall. The musical actor tells Andrew Youngson about finding his inner Shrek
Get ready for Aberdeen’s packed 2015 programme of sights and sounds. Andrew Youngson reports
Get ready for Inverness and the Highlands’ packed 2015 programme of sights and sounds, writes Susan Welsh
A cheery red-breasted robin is heralding the winter season at the Lemon Tree, as the wee bird has taken the title role in a fabulous family Christmas show now open at the Aberdeen venue.
Performing in beautiful classical productions one minute, then in stunning contemporary pieces the next, Andrew Peasgood has never been happier with the variety of dancing with Scottish Ballet, writes Andrew Youngson
Before she joins the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) to take the reigns as narrator for their Christmas Concert performance of The Snowman, actress of stage and screen, Blythe Duff, takes time out to talk about her Christmastime, and what 2014 has brought her
Jersey Boys brings the music for the generations singing into the future. Andrew Youngson catches up with the cast ahead of their appearance in Aberdeen this spring
From finally getting to visit Aberdeen’s Maritime Museum, to treading the boards as a Broadway producer, Jason Manford’s forthcoming tour is a dream come true, writes Andrew Youngson
With flying carpets, outrageous outfits, a magical lamp, cheesy jokes and musical numbers aplenty, Eden Court’s pantomime, Aladdin, has all the makings of a fabulous festive night out, writes Susan Welsh
For Aberdeen’s favourite panto performers, getting the formula right is all about getting your story straight. Andrew Youngson catches up with the cast and director before Beauty and the Beast bounces on to the stage
He’s a shining light on the screen and stage, but Alan Cumming’s early years were often dark and painful. The Scots actor tells YL how, while he’s forgiven the abusive father, he’ll never forget
From budding TV showman to fully fledged board-treader, Brian Conley has ever been on a high wire to theatrical greatness, writes Andrew Youngson
Spellbinding dance show gets to grips with Highland witches, writes Susan Welsh
Finding her inner rock chick has helped Cordelia Farnworth show the entertainment industry who’s boss, writes Andrew Youngson
Commemorating the start of the Great War, Sell a Door Theatre Company has revived Alastair Cording’s faithful adaptation of the classic novel Sunset Song, writes Susan Welsh
It might be sweaty and exhausting work, but Gavin Spokes is proud to keep the farce flag flying, writes Andrew Youngson
DanceLive 2014, Aberdeen’s ninth festival of contemporary dance, is getting pulses racing and toes tapping as dance sweeps across city stages this month.
Something wicked is coming this way – and it features schoolchildren from Inverness, writes Susan Welsh
A new play puts the spotlight on Walter Tull – a hero and role model for millions, writes Susan Welsh
Buddy Holly – A Legend Reborn returns to Scotland with a brand-new show starring Steve Halliday as Elvis Presley and Gavin Stanley as Eddie Cochran.
Scottish Opera is bringing Verdi’s Macbeth to audiences across Scotland this autumn
You don’t need to suspend your imagination much to be convinced by Dinosaur Zoo Live, as Andrew Youngson finds out.
A rare opportunity to catch a must-see explosive and classic Scottish play performed in a unique setting comes to Aberdeen next week, writes Susan Welsh
Stepping into Fred Astaire’s tap dancing shoes is a dream come true for Alan Burkitt. Andrew Youngson reports
Having survived the rigours of World War I and being played in locations as diverse as the beaches of Brazil and the Grand Canyon, a historic set of bagpipes will take centre stage as shinty comes to the fore during the 10th Blas Festival.