Features

Touring News – October 2017

Sandra Giorgetti looks at tours that take to the road next month including solo show In Memory Of Leaves performed on and touring by barge and shows for families including Slava's Snowshow, a new Peppa Pig adventure, Great Odds for pre-teens and What Once Was Ours for teens.

Sandra Giorgetti, 29 September 2017

Edinburgh 2017: figures and awards

Sandra Giorgetti reports on the Edinburgh International Festival and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe which this year marked their 70th anniversaries.

Sandra Giorgetti, 11 September 2017

Touring News – September 2017

Sandra Giorgetti looks at the tours that take to the road in September including anti-arms trade show #Armingtheworld, Graeae's punk musical Reasons to be Cheerful and the contemporary re-imagining of Medea as a genderless, stateless transgressive LGBTQ figure.

Sandra Giorgetti, 03 September 2017

Touring News – August 2017

Sandra Giorgetti looks at the tours that take to the road next month: Forced Entertainment's Real Magic amongst a bevy of big musicals including enduring hits Buddy, Hairspray and Blood Brothers, with a thriller and a farce for company.

Sandra Giorgetti, 30 July 2017

Edinburgh Book Festival theatre-related events

As always, Edinburgh International Book Festival features a number of events of interest to theatre enthusiast, as well as a growing number of theatre-style performances.

David Chadderton, 02 July 2017

Touring news - July 2017

Sandra Giorgetti looks at the tours that take to the road next month including the acclaimed And The Rope Still Tugging Her Feet, the Madame Butterfly-inspired Miss Saigon and a quintet of Gilbert and Sullivan operette.

Sandra Giorgetti, 25 June 2017

Touring news - June 2017

Sandra Giorgetti looks at the tours that take to the road next month including award-winning Hassan Abdlrazzak's And Here I Am, part of this year's Shubbak Festival, and Oily Cart's multi–sensory show for young people with disabilities Mirror Mirror.

Sandra Giorgetti, 28 May 2017

Brighton Festival 2017

This year's Brighton Festival—England’s largest arts festival—runs from 6 to 28 May. Recording artist, poet, playwright and novelist Kate Tempest is its guest director celebrating the theme of Everyday Epic.

Sandra Giorgetti, 01 May 2017