Jasper Carrott thought he was finished with comedy, but after going back to his roots he’s enjoying stand-up more than ever before.
"May I return to the beginning", say the lyrics of famed Joseph song Any Dream Will Do.
Projects exploring artistic links between Scotland and Japan are receiving a £100,000 boost.
In Hollywood, a movie’s running time can often outlast a celebrity marriage.
Theatre show designed specifically for audiences with profound and multiple learning difficulties to tour Scottish theatres
AN immersive theatre production devised specifically for audiences with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) is to tour Scottish theatres.
JODIE PRENGER has replaced songs with gags – and expects audiences in Scotland to laugh harder than most at her new role.
30 years on, it’s still the talk of The Steamie: Tony Roper on why his famous play is as popular as ever
IT'S as much of a Hogmanay tradition as first footing, Auld Lang Syne and black bun.
HAVING portrayed a character who suffered one of the most harrowing deaths in recent Coronation Street memory, Paula Lane is enjoying a refreshing change of pace.
FOR Alan McHugh, a pantomime isn’t just for Christmas.
ALEXANDRA BURKE is packing her suitcase for a month-long stint in Glasgow as she speaks to The Sunday Post.
WHAT better way to spend a night during Halloween week than with the lights down, watching a live performance of arguably the most famous horror story of all time – Dracula?