Emergency Appeal for Capital Theatres – #SaveOurTheatres

https://youtu.be/usy1s0q2bZc Across Scotland, venues are struggling to maintain a future and stave off the fears of going dark permanently. Tragically, the dawning reality is that the coming months will determine the fates of Scotland’s cultural hubs for generations to come. Capital Theatres, the charity responsible for running Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre, The Studio and heart of … Continue reading Emergency Appeal for Capital Theatres – #SaveOurTheatres

Goldilocks & The Three Bears – King’s Theatre

Written by Allan Stewart & Alan McHugh Directed by Ed Curtis Musical Direction by Andy Pickering How on earth have we arrived at Panto season again? Nary a month ago it felt as though Beauty & The Beast was playing at The King’s Theatre in Edinburgh, and now with tremendously happy crowds, our trio returns to the … Continue reading Goldilocks & The Three Bears – King’s Theatre

Tosca – The Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/dyQx7H4fXh8 Opera created by Giacomo Puccini to a libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa Revival Direction by Jonathan Cocker Leader of The Orchestra of Scottish Opera - Anthony Moffat Conducted by Stuart Stratford Puccini’s melodramatic masterpiece Tosca has it all; corruption, lust, heartbreak and the bureaucracy of history. Shifting the timeframe into the 20th century, there is still … Continue reading Tosca – The Festival Theatre

9 to 5 – Edinburgh Playhouse

https://youtu.be/o5uTpFvD_IQ Music & Lyrics by Dolly Parton Book by Patricia Resnick Directed by Jeff Calhoun Let’s just get something straight: too few of us actually enjoy our jobs. Certainly not those early mornings, hiding in the bathroom to play on our phones, avoiding awkward co-workers and superfluous bosses who seem to have obtained their status … Continue reading 9 to 5 – Edinburgh Playhouse

Prism – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/EK1KI1pQXlY Written & Directed by Terry Johnson Based on the life of Jack Cardiff Entire artistry in its own right, the conduction of light by Jack Cardiff would define a method of cinematography which pervades the artform to this day. The Red Shoes, The African Queen and The Black Rose, there is scarcely a shred of celluloid which at … Continue reading Prism – King’s Theatre