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Traverse Theatre Announces First Shows of 2023  

The Traverse theatre has announced the first shows of their 2023 programme, including the return of Manipulate with two UK premieres Anthropoda and Love Beyond (Act of Remembrance); National Theatre of Scotland’s Dear Billy by Traverse Associate Artist Gary McNair; Family Tree by Mojisola Adebayo from Actors Touring Company; Love the Sinner from Vanishing Point and performance poet Imogen Stirling and surrogate productions’Continue reading “Traverse Theatre Announces First Shows of 2023  “

The Last Summer – Falcone and Borsellino 30 Years Later (L’ultima estate – Falcone e Borsellino 30 anni dopo) Assembly Roxy

As part of the programme of events from the Italian Cultural Institute in Edinburgh, Teatro Metastasio Stabile Pubblico della Toscana presented a play that marks the 30th anniversary of the mafia orchestrated massacres in 1992 of two prominent Sicilian anti-mafia judges, Giovanni Falcone and Paolo Borsellino. Written by journalist, playwright, scriptwriter and former Italian MP,Continue reading “The Last Summer – Falcone and Borsellino 30 Years Later (L’ultima estate – Falcone e Borsellino 30 anni dopo) Assembly Roxy”

Scottish Ensemble Lights Up Concerts Across Scotland This December

Scottish Ensemble (SE) will perform in some of Scotland’s most atmospheric venues this December, surrounded by soft flickering candlelight, with the return of their annual Concerts by Candlelight tour. From Cathedrals to Kirks and during the dates 1st to the 8th December, the ensemble will visit some of the country’s finest venues across six ScottishContinue reading “Scottish Ensemble Lights Up Concerts Across Scotland This December”

Compose The Environment: Music for Regeneration Within the Coalfield Communities

The Cumnock Tryst and Crawick Multiverse in collaboration with the Coalfield Communities Landscape Partnership (CLLP) and organisation that provides an opportunity to re invigorate life in the landscape based on the lessons of the past, life in the present and a vision of life in the future, announce Compose The Environment. This is a ground-breaking musical project that aims to exploreContinue reading “Compose The Environment: Music for Regeneration Within the Coalfield Communities”

Edinburgh’s Collective Announces Exhibition by Artist-Curator Katherine Ka Yi Liu 

This winter, Collective on Calton Hill presents as part of the Satellites Programme neither the West nor the East can be a determinate location, an exhibition by artist-curator Katherine Ka Yi Liu 廖加怡.   neither the West nor the East can be a determinate location is a multisensory installation featuring text, handmade paper, found objects, scent, ceramic sculpturesContinue reading Edinburgh’s Collective Announces Exhibition by Artist-Curator Katherine Ka Yi Liu 

Scottish Opera’s 60th Emerging Artist Set to Chime with 60th Anniversary Season

In this 60th Season of Scottish Opera (SO), the Company welcomes its 60th Emerging Artist programme since it began in 2009. Initially set up to offer outstanding young singers a period of full-time work to help them launch their careers, the programme now also includes positions for a repetiteur and a costume trainee. The EmergingContinue reading Scottish Opera’s 60th Emerging Artist Set to Chime with 60th Anniversary Season

Feminist Theatre Group Joins with Traverse Theatre for New Quines Cast Podcast

A new podcast series, hosted by writer Hannah Lavery and Caitlin Skinner of Stellar Quines and going under the name of Quines Cast, has been created to bring together intersectional feminist thought, music, theatre and literature. Traverse Theatre’s Executive Producer Linda Crooks said “We’re delighted to be partnering with Stellar Quines on this important newContinue reading Feminist Theatre Group Joins with Traverse Theatre for New Quines Cast Podcast

Glasgow’s Hunterian Announces Its 2023 Contemporary Art Programme

The Hunterian, the oldest public museum in Scotland, is at the forefront of university museums around the world. Since it opened at the University of Glasgow in 1807, The Hunterian has been an invaluable academic and community resource and is committed to becoming a more meaningful place for more diverse audiences. The Hunterian’s contemporary artContinue reading Glasgow’s Hunterian Announces Its 2023 Contemporary Art Programme

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