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  • 27 July 2023

    Scotland’s producing theatres at immediate risk

    Independent study commissioned by Scotland’s six producing theatres reveals urgent need to overhaul sector if it is to survive.

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  • 21 July 2023

    We All Fall Down Interdisciplinary Creations present new album ‘PAPILLON’ ahead of their Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut.

    Montreal’s We All Fall Down Interdisciplinary Creations explore chaos theory and the butterfly effect on new album and in international debut of Fringe show ‘PAPILLON’.

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  • 21 July 2023

    Sunset Song: Danielle Jam to take on lead role in new adaptation

    Dundee Rep Theatre, in co-production with the Royal Lyceum Theatre, are thrilled to announce that Danielle Jam will play the iconic role of Chris Guthrie, in the return of Sunset Song to stages across Scotland in Spring 2024.

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  • 6 July 2023

    Edinburgh International Film Festival reveals 2023 programme

    Special edition of EIFF runs from Friday 18 to Wednesday 23 August. Full programme announced of 24 new feature films, 5 retrospective titles, 5 short film programmes, and an outdoor screening weekend including 7 further features in a six-day celebration of bold and eclectic cinema at the heart of the world’s biggest celebration of arts.

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  • 22 June 2023

    National Youth Choir of Scotland proves it is among the best in the world as it performs Duruflé in Paris on its European tour this summer

    Tickets are on sale now for National Youth Choir of Scotland’s (NYCOS) tour of Europe in late July. Widely acclaimed as one of the best choirs in the world, regardless of age, they are set to bring magical performances of Maurice Duruflé’s ethereal Requiem, Benjamin Britten’s ever popular Rejoice in the Lamb and American composer Stacy Garrop’s exploration of three types of love in Sonnets of Desire, Longing, and Whimsy.

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  • 20 June 2023

    Lammermuir Festival 2023 explores the past and looks to the future with exciting young performers in bold and spirited programme

    The Lammermuir Festival returns this September with a varied and bold programme of beautiful music in beautiful places. The festival runs from the 7 – 18 September, featuring 36 performances at 12 venues across the historic county of East Lothian, offering audiences the chance to explore and marvel at the splendour of Scotland’s ‘sunshine coast’.

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  • 8 June 2023

    Cumbernauld Theatre appoints three new board members

    Cumbernauld Theatre, one of Scotland's leading producing theatres, today announces the appointment of three new board members, Edward Edgcumbe, Alan Caldwell, and Gregor Duthie. These additions to the board reflect the theatre’s commitment to developing Lanternhouse as Cumbernauld's vibrant cultural hub.

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  • 23 May 2023

    Out Of Her Mouth – Dunedin Consort, Hera and Mahogany Opera come together to breathe life into 300 year-old ‘operas’ that have never been staged in Britain before

    Élisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre’s biblical cantatas are extraordinary historical jewels. Written by a woman, about women, for women, they tell bold, unflinching tales about love, marriage, tragedy and adultery, each one a tiny opera in all by name.

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  • 21 May 2023

    Emily Barron, 16- year-old Clarinettist from St. Columba’s School, Kilmacolm wins Scottish Young Musicians Solo Performer of the Year 2023

    Expertly compered by Ian Mills, chair of the MEPG Board of Trustees, the second ever Solo Performer of the Year competition saw incredible performances from Scotland’s young musicians enthral an audience of hundreds at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

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  • 17 May 2023

    A Fragile Correspondence exhibition opens at 18th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia

    Highlighting cultures and languages that have a close affinity with the landscapes of Scotland, A Fragile Correspondence explores alternative perspectives and new approaches to the challenges of the worldwide climate emergency.

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