A large and expectant audience gathered to pay homage to the music of one of Britain’s most celebrated rock bands at Eden Court Theatre, in Inverness, on Saturday night.
As part of his 80th birthday celebrations, Sir Ian McKellen is taking his solo show to theatres across the UK, including Eden Court in Inverness.
On the way into the Eden Court Theatre the audience had to contend with thunder, lightning and downpours, but once inside, they were transported to sunny Spain via the musical Club Tropicana.
Club Tropicana musical will transport you back to a world of 80s perms, OTT clothes and fantastic tunes
Having gone down a storm when it played Aberdeen earlier this year, it’s now the turn of Highland audiences to embrace the action-packed, fun musical, Club Tropicana.
Scotland’s most celebrated fiddle band, Blazin’ Fiddles, will join forces with leading Scottish folk vocalist Emily Smith to play Eden Court in Inverness next month.
Formidable acting duo Steven Wren and Ross Allan will once again return to Inverness to prop up the extensive cast for this year’s festive pantomime performance of Beauty and the Beast.
Bus operator D&E coaches has become a sponsor for Eden Court’s pantomime.
Film lovers in Inverness are to see blockbusters for less as Eden Court announces a reduction in cinema prices.
An artist has spoken of the inspiration behind her masterpiece as thousands of Oor Wullie fans go in search of the statue she created.
An Inverness swimmer is to join TV experts Neil Oliver and Professor Iain Stewart as the case will be made as to why they feel the fragile landscape of the Flow Country should be recognised as a Unesco World Heritage Site.
This week will be a rather special one for actress Jess Johnson, as not only will she be making her debut on the Eden Court stage, but she celebrates her birthday during the week-long run in the Highland capital.
Susan Welsh saw Eleanor Conway: Walk of Shame 2 (Reality Bites) at the One Touch Theatre, Eden Court.
Cher fans were wishing they could ‘Turn back Time’ last night as the cast of Believe – The Cher Songbook put on a spectacular performance in Inverness.
For Reginald D Hunter, nothing beats the buzz of stand-up.
Susan Welsh saw Phill Jupitus at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
Susan Welsh saw An Evening With Eric and Ern at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
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Susan Welsh saw The Cheviot, The Stag and the Black, Black Oil at the One Touch Theatre, Eden Court, Inverness.
Audience members at Eden Court were taken to the depths of their emotions on Thursday evening as Lost at Sea made its debut in Inverness.
It's one of the most iconic works in the history of Scottish drama.
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Susan Welsh saw Let It Be at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
An award-winning double act are coming to Eden Court in Inverness next month as The Chicago Blues Brothers get set to take to the stage.
Susan Welsh saw Eddi Reader at Eden Court, Inverness.
A play paying homage to a Moray fishing family is to debut in Inverness next month as part of its world premiere tour.
Cast and crew from the stage show Footloose the Musical have been awarded for their efforts during their first annual dinner dance.
Highland folk legend Fergie MacDonald will hit the stage at Eden Court next month to celebrate his life long career in music.
Within minutes of the curtain rising on opening night of Madagascar the Musical, the stage at Eden Court was bursting with colour, action and music.
Big musicals, new and classic plays; some of the UK’s most loved pop stars and days of family fun are planned for Inverness over the next few months.
Britain’s Got Talent winner Lee Ridley paid a special visit to Cheshire House in Inverness yesterday.
Amateur dramatic company Inverness Musical Theatre (IMT) kicked off its Sunday shoes and cut loose in style to delight a large and expectant audience as its latest show – Footloose – burst onto the stage of Eden Court for a four-night run.
Susan Welsh saw Touching the Void at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.
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.
As the lights went up on a pile of old suitcases and a man with a ukulele, Mummy had a terrible feeling that this was going to be the sort of show that, like “educational” wooden toys, was made by grown-ups for grown-ups who think they know what kids like.