May 16 – Jun 22
‘The Cheviot, The Stag, and The Black, Black Oil’ by the National Theatre of Scotland reinforces its status as a cornerstone of contemporary Scottish theatre.
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra, Perth, Glasgow, Edinburgh: Antonio Carlos Jobim & Thomas “Fats” Waller: New Waves
The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra celebrates the music of two legendary names in 20th century music, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Thomas “Fats” Waller, in New Waves.
Following overwhelming response from previous sell-out performances at Traverse Festival; Latitude Festival; and Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Locker Room Talk embarks on a Scottish tour, continuing a vital conversation about misogyny and masculinity which has only become even more urgent in present climes.
Already reaping enthusiastic praises, this collaboration between Tron theatre and the Sherman Theatre Wales sees Trans playwright Jo Clifford turning Shakespeare’s vision on its head. This witty and raucous new adaptation has some fun with gender roles, swapping male leads for female and exploring whether the Bard’s most contentious work makes better sense when it’s
Sir Thomas Allen’s five-star production of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute returns to Scottish Opera in May, set in a spectacular world inspired by the Victorian futurism of HG Wells and Jules Verne.
A brand new opportunity for aspiring theatre makers to develop their skills in Aberdeen will kick off with a four week workshop programme beginning next month. Aberdeen Performing Arts Young Company will offer the chance for 18-25 year olds to develop their skills, share practice, gain industry experience and take control of the artistic process. The