Amadeus & The Bard – National Museum of Scotland

https://youtu.be/MQ_xOcDcHoM Director & Creator - Mary McCluskey Musical Director - Karen MacIver Based on the works of Robert Burns and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Two champions of their time, etching a significant mark on history few can claim, Robert Burns and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived hundreds of miles apart, but an intense connection in their works … Continue reading Amadeus & The Bard – National Museum of Scotland

Richard Alston Dance Company: Final Edition – Festival Theatre

Choreography by Richard Alston Associate choreography and restaging by Martin Lawrence With a repertoire spanning back into the early nineties, Richard Alston Dance Company has taken the medium to tremendously respectable heights. In the face of divided funding, Alston’s company delivers one final performance in Edinburgh. We can only begin to thank the company for … Continue reading Richard Alston Dance Company: Final Edition – Festival Theatre

Night Hunter – Edinburgh Filmhouse

https://youtu.be/_fzZlXmEG_Y Directed & Written by David Raymond USA/ 2018/ 98 mins See if this sounds familiar; disillusioned with the state of the world, a weathered police officer finds an unlikely ally in a vigilante killer – joined in their mutual goal of stopping a murderer, suffering from psychological issues, pursuing young women. Had any of … Continue reading Night Hunter – Edinburgh Filmhouse

The Crucible – Scottish Ballet, Theatre Royal Glasgow

https://youtu.be/aX7v1JsXf5s Based on the play of Arthur Miller Choreographed by Helen Pickett Artistic Collaboration by James Bonas Composition by Peter Salem A prescient message of our time, the relevance of texts to a modern audience seems to change very little - only in so far as who finds themselves the target of today’s witch-hunt. Claustrophobic, … Continue reading The Crucible – Scottish Ballet, Theatre Royal Glasgow

A Taste of Honey – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Written by Shelagh Delaney Directed by Bijan Sheibani Tickets Available from Capital Theatres: https://www.capitaltheatres.com/whats-on/taste-of-honey It might seem grim up north, or this could be the skewed view thanks to a series of kitchen-sink realism pieces emerging throughout Britain in the ‘50s and ‘60s. A prime example is that of Shelagh Delaney’s gritty, but enriching play … Continue reading A Taste of Honey – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh