When Scottish writer and performer, Hannah Lavery's father died, he left behind no will, no trinkets - nothing for her or any of his children.
National Theatre Of Scotland
WATCH: “We don’t as we become old, let go of the people that we are” – The year-long celebration of Scotland’s older LGBTI+ community
When Lucinda Broadbent was a teenager, she fell in love with another woman.
They took over Los Angeles after a radiation accident in a 1950s sci-fi B-movie.
As the story of Icarus taught us, fly too close to the sun and you might get burned.
It's a cold, weekday afternoon at HMYOI Polmont.
Final show in National Theatre of Scotland WW1 trilogy gives a forgotten voice to men executed for cowardice and desertion
IN just four short days, the war would have been over.
SHE's a singer, film-maker, artist, fashion designer, Doctor of Letters (DLitt) and most recently, the iconic Pam Hogg is costume designer on National Theatre of Scotland's co-production, Cyrano de Bergerac.
Edinburgh Fringe Review: First Snow/Première Neige – a kaleidoscope of language, history and culture
YES or no, stay or remain, right or wrong, native or foreign.
Edinburgh Fringe Review: My Left Right Foot – The Musical is eye-wateringly close to the bone genius
EDDIE Redmayne and Daniel Day Lewis have done it, so why can’t the Kirktoon Players?
Written in the stars: What Stephen Hawking and Scotland’s leading futurist had predicted for our future
SCIENTIST Stephen Hawking spent his life measuring the unmeasurable and knowing the unknowable.
IN a world before emails and text messages, one man had big dreams for faster communication.