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The John Wilson Orchestra plus special guests return with a brand new show celebrating the works of Cole Porter. Cole Porter in Hollywood features songs including Ive Got You Under My Skin, Night & Day, Lets Do (more)
The sequel to Fifty One Shades of Maggie, by Leesa Harker. Maggie Muff and her half-wit pal Big Sally-Ann are planning a birthday party in the pub. But, in the world of Maggie, things never go according to plan.
Ebenezer Scrooge is a notoriously bitter old man who is determined not to let Christmas interfere with his miserly routine. A feared figure throughout the streets of London he is unmoved by any pleas for charity. But (more)
Join the City of Glasgow Chorus and the Orchestra of Scottish Opera for a great night of festive favourites, popular classics and some great music from the stage and screen. Introduced and conducted by Graham Taylor.
Having retired from performing, Alfred Brendel has become one of our most valued and individual writers and lecturers on music. In this very personal and quirky evening he offers his matchless insight into music, (more)
By Donna Franceschild. Late one night, two strangers meet on a bridge. Davy says hes looking for a light. The woman says shes waiting for a friend. Both of them are lying. By turns funny and sad, Bridge (more)
By Andy Duffy. A stock trader whos lost his magic touch. Fearful of the future, the markets, of not getting what he wants. The woman he wants. The son. Fearful of losing them. But love and money cant last forever.
By Jack Dickson. When three old friends get together for the first time in many years, what should be a simple ferry trip to the Isle of Arran for the arrival of migrating whooper swans becomes the journey of a (more)
Oran Mor's 2014 panto, by Dave Anderson. Once upon a time, there was an Emperor, who was so rich and spoiled... But we're guessing you know the story. What would this Emperor be like today? Could we still have Emperors (more)
By Catherine Grosvenor. Brendan Smillie leads a quiet life, closely monitored by his protective older brother, Liam. But Brendan has a secret Liam knows nothing about hes getting married. Hes enlisted the help of (more)
By Rona Munro. In 2014 an American academic finds a lost diary of Walter Scotts under the floorboards of his Edinburgh bed and breakfast. In 1822 Walter Scott himself is preparing a reluctant Scotland for the arrival of (more)
By Various Writers. Multi award-winning Theatre Uncut present their flagship production of brand new short political plays for 2014. Developed from an innovative process of collaboration between five of the UKs most (more)
A quintessential English country estate is thrown into chaos following the murder of eccentric inventor Sir Claud Amory, and the theft of his new earth shattering formula. Hercule Poirot returns to the stage in Agatha (more)
Multi-award winning performer Al Seed returns to The Arches with his first entirely movement-based solo since The Factory. This intensely physical performance, driven by a blistering soundtrack, is a visual poem about (more)
By Lempen Puppets. Storyteller, Peter Grimm opens the box to find the Thing that takes him on a journey that weaves its way through a medley of well known Grimm tales to unlock his imagination and free his stories. A (more)
Join this all-new riotous romp into the bizarre world of burlesque and cutting-edge variety. Sashaying Royal Academy-trained burlesque bombshells slip into exotic character as smoothly as they slip out of the most exotic (more)
Back by popular demand An Evening of Dirty Dancing: The Tribute Show is the original tribute to the greatest movie soundtrack of all time. Now in its fourth smash hit year, its the ultimate celebration of the iconic (more)
It's hard to tell whether Shostakovich's mighty Fifth Symphony tells a story of triumph, of despair, or something far more complex. But one way or another, every performance hits home: and under the direction of Martyn (more)
Alexander Glazunov was more than just a great teacher - and The Seasons is more than just the missing link between Tchaikovsky's and Stravinsky's ballets. It's one of Imperial Russia's forgotten treasures, glittering (more)
Nothing in music quite matches the fabulous, opium-fuelled phantasmagoria that is Hector Berlioz's Symphoniefantastique. Fired by unrequited desire, and sweeping from pastoral love-scenes to the foot of the guillotine (more)
For the great Austrian song-symphonists, the words and images of German folklore opened up vast new worlds of poetry and feeling. Anton Bruckner shaped them into the most colourful (and lovable) of his nine vast (more)
Mendelssohn's ravishing score for A Midsummer Night's Dream is surely music's most perfect homage to Shakespeare; conducted by Markus Stenz, it's a joyous climax to the BBC SSO's season-long tribute to the Bard.
Comedy is a serious business. Beethoven knew that when his exuberant Second Symphony cheerfully booted the classical rule-book out of the window; and John Adams certainly knew it when he leafed through the scherzos of (more)
Conductor Andrew Manze devotes his artistry and charisma to the gloriously vibrant First Symphony of the great Swedish symphonist Wilhelm Stenhammar - the ideal complement to Beethoven's most brilliant Piano Concerto, (more)
It's hard to imagine a creative spirit more Russian than Rachmaninov - or more Scottish than James MacMillan. But like any truly great artists, both composers take the local and make it universal: Rachmaninov in the most (more)
Sibelius' Seventh Symphony might just be the greatest since Beethoven; what's certain is that few composers share such a profound kinship. Alina Pogostkina finds the strength and calm at the heart of Beethoven's lyrical (more)