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Soundhouse takes up residency in the Traverse Bar this season, with weekly Monday night performances from some of the biggest names in music. Get you overview here.
The annual Imaginate Festival returns and is now open for booking. The largest performing arts festival for children and young people in the UK, this year's festival runs 11 - 17 May 2015 and brings with it shows from all over the world.
Musician and composer Dick Lee and poet Ron Butlin present The Games, a piece originally commissioned as part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme. It's a suite in seven sections, each section is introduced by a poem from Ron and the music reflects music from different areas of the Commonwealth.
Language is personal. Nothing gets closer to our hearts. And yet, by its own nature, it's always social. Who owns it? Who appoints it? Who governs it? And why?
Originally premiered at the Traverse Theatre in 1988, Borderline and Hirtle revive Sue Glover’s captivating play about liberty and love – both lost and found in the most unlikely of settings.
Jo Lawry is an Australian jazz singer. In addition to working with her own quintet, Jo is the vocalist for the Fred Hersch Pocket Orchestra, a quartet whose album, Live at Jazz Standard was released on Sunnyside Records.
The popular A Play, A Pie and A Pint series returns to the Traverse Theatre this Spring with five new plays to enjoy.
In a modest home on the outskirts of Kiev, Katya and Oksana are busy preparing a funeral meal for their beloved Sasha - a husband, a stepfather, an Army colonel. He was all these things until he dropped stone cold dead on the bathroom floor. But Sasha isn’t going without
It’s 2029. The first human mission to Mars has disappeared without a trace. Winner of a Scotsman Fringe First Award in 2014, Pioneer will shuttle you from the Garden of Eden to mission control, and on to the surface of Mars.
Fresh from a sell-out two nighter at Celtic Connections the Crew of the Puffer, aka Allan MacDonald, Iain MacLeod and Russell Hunter on pipes, vocals, mandolin, accordion and piano, bring their acclaimed musical voyage to the Traverse Bar.
Moira and Peter have been having an affair for a decade. He’d promised to finally tell his wife today, but then Peter promises a lot of things. Something’s got to give. And it does, when a crack in Moira’s ceiling gives way to something they could never have expected.
In this day and age, anybody can love anybody. Or are there still taboos? Writer David Ireland’s radical new take on Lorca’s classic play re-fuels this story with a contemporary twist. This is a tale of searing lust, love and rebellion, pushed to its limits.
Jyotsna Srikanth is Europe’s leading violinist from the Carnatic classical tradition. Her recitals combine a deep understanding of traditional music with a jazz and contemporary touch.
Grandpa is unconscious on the kitchen table, while Grandma happily nibbles on a biscuit, unawares. Daughter Sheena and Granddaughter Ali look on in disbelief.
A comedy of betrayal. Following his sell-out Festival 2014 run, Mark Thomas returns to the Traverse stage with his award-winning one-man show.
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