What do The Monkees, Aretha Franklin and Dusty Springfield all have in common?
A play depicting one of British telly's biggest ever scandals is coming to Inverness later this year.
Regular visits to museums, art galleries, the theatre and concerts can lead to a longer life, research suggests.
Susan Welsh saw Beauty and the Beast at Eden Court, Inverness
Call the Midwife star Helen George heads to the Highlands with psychological thriller My Cousin Rachel
Alluring, exotic and unconventional, it would appear Countess Rachel Sangalletti is not to be messed with.
Susan Welsh saw Priscilla, Queen of the Desert at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness
He’s topped the charts, been a much-loved soap star and been a hit on the stage, but last year Jason Donovan embarked on a new path...
Award-winning writer John Pielmeier talks about faith, demons, Sir Ian McKellen and bringing The Exorcist to the stage.
The Piccadilly Theatre in London’s West End will re-open on Monday after a burst pipe caused part of its ceiling to collapse, injuring several people.
Susan Welsh saw The Stornoway Way at Inverness's Eden Court Theatre.
The team behind a Doris Day musical is confident that its tour of towns across the north-east could pave the way for more shows to visit smaller communities.
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.
A plan to have a theatre building in Lochaber is beginning to take shape after years of behind-the-scenes work.
Mark Gatiss is among the stars nominated for the UK Theatre Awards.
The devilishly-thrilling tale of The Exorcist has been adapted for stage and will visit Eden Court this November.
Susan Welsh saw Amelie The Musical at Eden Court Theatre.
It is a testament to the talent and charm of the cast that considerable technical difficulties did not dampen the audience’s enjoyment of Little Miss Sunshine as the musical comedy began its run in Aberdeen last night.
North audiences will be transported to 1990s Paris next week thanks to Amélie The Musical.
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 spent the afternoon following the dramatic events unfolding in the House of Commons, I was beginning to wonder if adding more tension to my day was going to be a wise decision.
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.
The Scottish mainland’s most northerly arts venue has doubled its audience figures and attributes that success to working in partnership and refusing to patronise audiences.
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.
It was the second week of our holiday and we were looking for something different to do with our 17-month-old son.
An accident prone dragon and excited children made for quite the mix at His Majesty’s Theatre in Aberdeen.
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.
Suranne Jones has told how she lost her “inner light” before pulling out of West End play Frozen.
Jez Butterworth has thanked the “talented, inspiring and just plain ready” cast of The Ferryman after the Northern Irish drama scooped nine Tony Award nominations, including one for best play.
Beatles fans in Inverness and Aberdeen are in for a real treat as they have been invited to join John, Paul, George and Ringo for an unforgettable night of live music which creates a reunion that never was.
A group of young Moray performers have taken a radical approach to character acting - by getting haircuts to match their alter egos.
Four of William Shakespeare’s most loved plays are coming to the grounds of “Britain’s Greatest Palace”.
Gender inequalities are “embedded into our culture”, Sara Bareilles said as she admitted choosing to work with only men in the past.