'Imaginative, vibrant and oh-so-saucy,' Missy Lorelei reviews Scottish Ballet's latest.
Lorna Irvine reviews a new dance piece that's 'hypnotic and kaleidoscopically lovely to watch'.
Lorna Irvine reviews the latest 'stunning' tour from the acclaimed company.
Lorna Irvine reviews the 'excellent' new production currently touring.
Lorna Irvine reviews Scottish Ballet's current tour of the classic, calling it a 'festive must-see'.
Missy Lorelei takes a peak at one of Edinburgh's most exciting venues: Dance Base.
Jo Turbitt reviews 'And then, one thousand years of peace' (****), part of the Edinburgh International Festival's 2012 season.
Jo Turbitt reviews Mairy Maclary and Friends, Dickens' Women, The Submarine Show and The Clique Royale: The Queen's Selection.
Jo Turbitt reviews The Magician's Daughter and Hangman.
Jo Turbitt reviews Bubble Wrap & Boxes, The Ballad of Pondlife McGurk, Rhythmic Circus, Cabaret Whore and Piatto Finale.
Jo Turbitt reviews Joseph, Lost in Detail, Within this Dust and Puppet Book of Splendour.
Michael Cox reviews more Summerhall productions: Puellae, The List, How a Man Crumbled, Red Like Our Room Used to Feel, BUZZCUT and Puppet-The Book of Splendour.
Jo Turbitt reviews part of Dance Base's programme, along with Boris & Sergey's Vaudevillian Adventure.
Clare Sinclair finds the fifth dance festival to be a mixed bag.
Clare Sinclair enjoys the mix of dance and pantomime elements in the tour of the hit TV programme.
Jo Turbitt is both impressed and frustrated with the long-touring production.
Jo Turbitt reviews Scottish Ballet's latest production, finding it to be a fitting end to mark artistic director Ashley Page's exit from the company.
Jo Turbitt finds much to love in this new interpretation of a classic.
Jo Turbitt is completely enchanted by Plan B's latest.