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.
REVIEW: Hugely talented cast brings The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil to life in Inverness
Susan Welsh saw The Cheviot, The Stag and the Black, Black Oil at the One Touch Theatre, Eden Court, Inverness.
A north-east actress is enjoying being one of the stars of a new drama written by a Moray playwright.
The first images from the set of All About Eve show Lily James and Gillian Anderson wrapped in a world of jealousy and ambition.
John Malkovich is to play a character inspired by Harvey Weinstein in his first West End play in nearly 30 years.
Due to high demand the Scottish SPCA has made their album, ‘Paws, Play, Relax’, available to download and stream through Spotify, iTunes, Google Play and most other popular music sites and apps.
A play that explores the story of Aberdeen’s own version of Oliver Twist will soon be opening its curtains to theatre-goers.
The story of how Diana, Princess of Wales leaked tell-all tales for an explosive book on life inside the royal family is to be turned into a stage play.
A play based on the events of the Miners’ Strike is to be performed in Aberdeen this month.
The original play is based on the story of Walter Kress, holocaust refugee and adopted Aberdonian.
A play penned by a Moray "fishing quine" will pass through the north east when it tours Scotland next month.
A Moray playwright has been given a grant of more than £50,000 to take her show about a north-east fishing community on the road.
Cheryl Livingstone speaks to Angela Darcy as she prepares to take on the role of one of the world’s greatest rock singers
Forget everything you know about Romeo and Juliet when you see the Bard in the Botanics productions.
A classic Hollywood comedy will be transported to the Aberdeen stage today in a live theatrical performance of Harvey.