Susan Welsh saw Priscilla, Queen of the Desert at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
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Susan Welsh saw the Scottish Premiere of A Hidden Life at Eden Court in Inverness
Susan Welsh saw The Stornoway Way at Inverness's Eden Court Theatre.
Visitors to Eden Court Highlands have been supporting the Rotary International programme to eradicate polio by 2020.
Scottish comedian Craig Hill is heading for a night in Inverness as part of his UK tour.
A multi-award winning theatre production is to take to the Inverness stage as the last stop on its whistle stop world tour.
Hundreds of students had their moment in the limelight yesterday yesterday at graduation ceremonies in Inverness and Elgin.
Adults are constantly being bombarded with advice on what’s good to eat and what high-fat or sugary foods to avoid, while parents always aim to give their children the best possible foods to eat.
Stuart Findlay saw Janey Godley: Beyond the Fringe at Eden Court's One Touch Theatre in Inverness.
In our millennia of commingling on this earth, you would think human beings would have learned a little about tolerance, acceptance, honesty, equality, fairness.
Yeeehawww! Rootin’ tootin’ cowboys and gals should grab their 10-gallon hats, get their boots on and get ready for a hoedown with Anya, Kevin, Gary and Bonzo in Inverness.
Theatre bosses in Inverness have stepped in to provide an exciting new focus for children who were left devastated by the cancellation of one of the biggest annual dance contests in the country.
‘I saw not being alive as an option… but being open about my struggle helped strip away the isolation of my depression’
At the start of their commitment to physical exercise, personal trainer Alan Goodwin encourages his clients to take pictures of themselves.
The devilishly-thrilling tale of The Exorcist has been adapted for stage and will visit Eden Court this November.
Dougie Burns saw King of the Blues presented by Main Street Blues at the One Touch Theatre, Eden Court, Inverness on September 21.
When you have reached the age of 70, look fabulous and are still performing to packed theatres, you deserve to be referred to as a “national treasure”.
Susan Welsh saw Amelie The Musical at Eden Court Theatre.
The smaller, One Touch Theatre in Eden Court proved to be the perfect intimate setting for Red Dust Road, the stage adaptation of Jackie Kay’s autobiography of the same name.
Having made its debut at the Edinburgh International Festival, The National Theatre of Scotland’s powerful new play Red Dust Road makes its way to Inverness next week.
A project which has been restoring vast areas of damaged peatland in Caithness and Sutherland will be celebrated in Inverness next month.
After months of rehearsals, lots of laughter and a huge helping of hard work, members of Inverness-based Starlight Musical Theatre can currently be found gracing the stage of the Empire Theatre in Eden Court where they are presenting Shrek the Musical.
Hazel Findlay is, quite simply, one of the world’s best climbers.
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.