Sarah Bruce saw Ben Elton at Eden Court, Inverness.
Eden Court Theatre
As they say in the business, “Yeee-haaa”!
Music lovers were given something to “shout” about as Lulu put on an unforgettable show at Eden Court.
North audiences will be transported to 1990s Paris next week thanks to Amélie The Musical.
Thunderous applause greeted Aly Bain when he made his comeback after a heart scare - appearing with Phil Cunningham on to the stage of Eden Court's main theatre on Saturday night.
Starlight Musical Theatre pulled off a coup by becoming one of only two theatre companies in Scotland granted permission to stage an amateur production of Shrek the Musical.
New directors have been appointed to the board of Eden Court Theatre in Inverness, with long-standing supporter Don Robertston being made chairman.
International ballet star Carlos Acosta and his Cuban company Acosta Danza are to grace the stage at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness next year.
Highland schools are preparing to take to the stage in Inverness next week for what is promised to be a show-stopping performance.
VisitScotland is seeking a venue in the north of Scotland to host next year’s Expo – described as the “premier tourism event of the year” and worth hundreds of thousands of pounds to the economy.
He shouldn’t be nervous, but he is.
Bosses at Eden Court Theatre - which is facing massive funding cuts - are exploring how its main 840-seat auditorium can be redeveloped to be more profitable.
A tap dancing cow, 15ft giant, slapstick wallpaper scene and more outrageous dresses than Lady Ga Ga.
Theatre bosses and staff at Eden Court in Inverness have been targeted by “personally offensive and bullying” behaviour after controversial jobs cuts.
They brought a touch of Hollywood glamour to the towns and villages of the Highlands for decades.
Outreach drama teachers are believed to be among those in the firing line as bosses at the north’s top theatre consider staff redundancies.
Hundreds of graduates in Inverness took to the stage to receive their hard-earned qualifications yesterday as the curtain came down on student life.
Susan Welsh saw, The Case of The Frightened Lady at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
An Inverness couple who got engaged during one of the city’s festive pantomimes have finally tied the knot.
Fifty years ago, musical history was made when Elvis Presley starred in an NBC TV show which would later become known as his, ’68 Comeback Special.
Eden Court Theatre faces losing a staggering £1.1million in public funding over the next three years - sparking fears of what impact it will have on the “jewel in the crown” of the Highland arts scene.
His was meant to be purely a straight acting role - but former Spandau Ballet singer and film star Martin Kemp couldn’t help but join in the singing at the end of the feel-good show, Million Dollar Quartet, currently running at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
The north's biggest theatre is seeking to distance itself from Highland Council control after having its funding cut.
A musical based on the Reese Witherspoon film Legally Blonde is coming to Eden Court Theatre in Inverness.
Extra tickets have been released for a hotly-anticipated gathering of superheroes and villains in Inverness.
It says something of the high regard Highland audiences have for Rambert when nearly 200 members of the audience stay on post-performance to hear artistic director, Mark Baldwin, talk about the show they have just seen.
A lantern-lit procession along the River Ness will be the finale of a weekend of events in celebration of the national bard.
A happy couple from Inverness have become unexpected pantomime stars - after a romantic proposal on stage during the festive show.
Highland drama students at Eden Court have achieved impressive grades, with more than half receiving A grades.
Packed with more plot twists than Game of Thrones, the trilogy of James Plays is the ultimate live ‘box set’ theatrical experience
Eden Court Theatre, Inverness, plays host to a spectacular theatrical experience next week, one which features a 20-strong cast presenting three exciting plays which can be seen as standalone plays on separate days, or as a trilogy on one day, just like your favourite box set.
Bosses at the north's biggest theatre have been left "devastated" by cuts to their funding - and warned they may have to hike their prices to plug the gap.
Having tackled such huge subjects as the Bible, the full works of William Shakespeare and western civilisation, the trio of performers known as "the bad boys of abbreviation" took on the world of comedy during their Eden Court Theatre show.