Friday, 24 April, 2015 - 11:18
" ... an enjoyable yet moving stage adaptation... testimony to our enduring fascination with this titan of the fin-de-siècle, holding resonance to our cult of celebrity, fascination with beauty and this warped adulation we seem to have for scandal.
Wilde himself would be satisfied with European Arts Company's 'The Picture of Dorian Gray."
The Picture of Dorian Gray - UK Tour
Video trailer for European Arts Company's (www.europeanarts.co.uk) UK touring production of 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' by Oscar Wilde. Written by Wilde's g...
Thursday, 23 April, 2015 - 12:27
£8 (£4) Kids FREE!
Art Root Fundraising Ceilidh
Art Root are organising a fun fund-raising Science Ceilidh 7 - 11pm on Friday 1st May at West Barns Village Hall. Tickets are £8 and £4 concession and kids go free. The Science Ceilidh Band run events for festivals, conferences and schools, with evenings and workshops of your favourite dances rej…
Thursday, 23 April, 2015 - 16:11
A hidden guide to Scottish topography, Hidden Highlands of Scotland, Series 2, Secret Britain -...
The grounds of a Scottish hotel hide a 3 dimensional map of Scotland.
Wednesday, 22 April, 2015 - 09:54
European Arts Company
Delighted to be able to officially announce our company for THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAYDorian Gray : Guy Warren-ThomasBasil Hallward : Rupert MasonSybil Vane : Helen KeeleyLord Henry : Gwynfor Jones Writer: Oscar WildeAdpators: Merlin Holland & John O'ConnorDirector: Peter CrazeSet & Costume : Dora SchweitzerLighting: Duncan Hands
Wednesday, 22 April, 2015 - 15:37
Whiplash, review: 'genius'
Superb performances from Miles Teller and Oscar winner JK Simmons make this jazz drum drama a dazzling success
Tuesday, 21 April, 2015 - 09:54
Scottish Dance Theatre 5 STAR REVIEW of INNOCENCE http://bit.ly/1D92A6C on at The Brunton 30 May 1pm & 3.30pm. Spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment http://bit.ly/1DHnXj5 or call 0131 665 2240.
Review: Innocence at the Scottish Dance Theatre captures all ages
TAKE a couple of dozen three-to-five-year-olds, and four professional dancers, stir in a chap who plays the guitar and sings William Blake’s poetry and it sounds a bit like the Titanic.