This special evening to celebrate the launch of After Curfew; an anthology of new work by twelve writers who had each spent a month at Cushendall Tower in Co. Antrim was introduced by founders Michael Pederson and Kevin Williamson. The occasion was also marking the end of a year of Residency at Leith Theatre for Neu Reekie with the support of Leith Theatre Trust. Cushendall Tower is owned by the national treasure that is Bill Drummond, who is the publisher of After Curfew and the highlight of the evening was Bill’s quest as to ascertain whether Bill loves Elvis or Elvis loves Bill? Answer to be posted on a wall near you in the near future.Read More
Want a show that takes you on a seamless journey across the Atlantic to New York of the roaring 1920s from the renaissance of jazz after the Great War right through to the Great Depression and the Wall Street Crash then this is it! Entertainment on a level to be expected by a Scottish singer whose previous shows at the Fringe gained her The Spirit of the Fringe Award in 2017.Read More
What does Home mean to you? A place of sanctuary, a roof over your head or something else? This was the question posed by Active Inquiry Theatre Company in association with three local groups in Edinburgh: The Alma Project, Bethany Christian Trust and Shakti Women’s Aid.Read More
If it’s true that friends are the family we choose then Phamie Gow comes from a greatly talented background with multicultural and global siblings. Last night was a clan gathering hosted by the world renowned composer and performer in her hometown of Edinburgh that could not disappoint given her ten million plays on Spotify in the last year and previous performances including the opening of the Scottish Parliament and the closing ceremony of the London Olympics amongst many others.Read More
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