Culture

Culture

Interview: Timothy West

News
Stephen Hough PIC: Robert Torres

Music review: Basel Chamber Orchestra & Stephen Hough

Music
Steps in concert at the Hydro PIC: Duncan Bryceland/REX/Shutterstock

Music review: Steps, Hydro, Glasgow

Music
Jeremy Kittel flanked by Josh Pinkham, left, and Quinn Bachand

Music review: Scots Fiddle Festival

Music

Kirsty Gunn: The life lessons of the natural world

Opinion 1

Japanese fan of Glasgow band Camera Obscura creates artwork for cancer charity

Art

Skye band to create score for choreographed Edinburgh Hogmanay fireworks

Music 28

AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64

News 5
Will Young plays the MC with Louise Redknapp as Sally Bowles

Theatre reviews: Cabaret | Kind Stranger | Love and Information

Theatre
Ilan Volkov has brought the BBC SSO back to brilliance

Music review: BBC SSO, City Halls, Glasgow

Music
Timothy West back on dry land near his home in London. Picture: Debra Hurford Brown

Interview: Timothy West

News
Tentsmuir Spring Cycle with Keith McCartney.

Kirsty Gunn: The life lessons of the natural world

Opinion 1
Chris Brookmyre

Book review: Places in the Darkness, by Chris Brookmyre

Books
Philip Pullman PIC: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Book reviews: La Belle Sauvage & Dæmon Voices, by Philip Pullman

Books

Book review: First Person, by Richard Flanagan

Books

Book review: Icebreaker - A Voyage Far North, by Horatio Clare

Books

Book review: Uncommon Type - Some Stories, by Tom Hanks

Books
Ezra Miller as the Flash, Ben Affleck as Batman and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Justice League

Film reviews: Justice League | Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool | Good Time | Ingrid Goes West | Mudbound

Film
The Picture House's line-up of films being shown in 1960.

Campbeltown Picture House archives get national treasure status

Lifestyle
Jamie Bell and Annette Bening in Film Stars Dont Die in Liverpool

Interview: Paul McGuigan on directing Annette Bening and Jamie Bell in Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool

Film
Paddington 2: "The scale is bigger, the stakes are higher and the action set-pieces more elaborate.."

Film reviews: Paddington 2 | The Florida Project | Professor Marston and the Wonder Women | Marjorie Prime

Film

Former Leith cinema to reopen as Hidden Door Festival venue

Film 2
Outlander's Sam Heughan arriving for the British Academy Scottish Awards at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow. Picture: PA

Trainspotting wins big at the Scottish Baftas

Film 26
Boy With A Basket Of Fruit by Caravaggio, whose 
power lies in the exploitation of adolescence

Dani Garavelli: The hateful artists whose work we love

Opinion 6

Film review: Murder on the Orient Express

Film 1

Film reviews: The Killing of a Sacred Deer | Thelma

Film

Jim Duffy: When our time comes, we should all say ‘I’m Spartacus’

Opinion 1

Film reviews: Thor: Ragnarok | Call Me By Your Name | Breathe

Film
Timothy West back on dry land near his home in London. Picture: Debra Hurford Brown

Interview: Timothy West

News
The Big Sick.

TV Choice: What to download or stream this week

TV & Radio
Cast members from an internet-only Glasgow-based reality show called Glow (YouTube)

Aidan Smith: Ready for McBinky? There is such a thing as too much reality

Opinion 1

The John Lewis Chrismas advert has arrived and it’s magical

TV & Radio

Television: Doctor Who - Costume revealed for Jodie Whittaker's time traveller

TV & Radio

BBC Scotland appoint editor to new news hour programme

TV & Radio 73

Interview: Harry Hill

News
Will Young plays the MC with Louise Redknapp as Sally Bowles

Theatre reviews: Cabaret | Kind Stranger | Love and Information

Theatre
A stark warning from history, delivered by Will Young and Louise Rednapp, in the musical Cabaret

Joyce McMillan: The rise of the far-right in Europe is no Cabaret, old chum

Opinion 26
Amy McGregor as Jade and Patrick Wallace as Barnaby in Up To Speed at Burnbrae Primary School, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian - a Catherine Wheels production for Theatre In Schools Scotland (TiSS). PIC: Colin Hattersley Photography

Joyce McMillan: Theatre in Schools Scotland project is now reaching children from Shetland to the Borders

Theatre
A scene from Lampedusa at the Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow

Theatre review: Lampedusa, Citizens’ Theatre, Glasgow

Theatre
Acosta Danza

Dance review: Acosta Danza: Debut, Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Culture
The Wipers Times  PIC: Kirsten McTernan

Theatre reviews: The Wipers Times | Meat Market

Theatre
The Ballet Boyz in Fourteen Days

Dance review: BalletBoyz - Fourteen Days, Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Theatre

Theatre & Music review: Tabula Rasa, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Music

Interview: artistic director Lu Kemp on what’s in store at the newly renovated Perth Theatre

Theatre

Theatre review: Wind Resistance, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

Theatre
Stephen Hough PIC: Robert Torres

Music review: Basel Chamber Orchestra & Stephen Hough

Music
Steps in concert at the Hydro PIC: Duncan Bryceland/REX/Shutterstock

Music review: Steps, Hydro, Glasgow

Music
Jeremy Kittel flanked by Josh Pinkham, left, and Quinn Bachand

Music review: Scots Fiddle Festival

Music
Above: Carey Lander. Right: the artwork by Chop Pop inspired by Camera Obscuras video for Lets Get Out Of This Country

Japanese fan of Glasgow band Camera Obscura creates artwork for cancer charity

Art

Skye band to create score for choreographed Edinburgh Hogmanay fireworks

Music 28

AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64

News 5

Music review: BBC SSO, City Halls, Glasgow

Music

Under the Radar: Sun Rose

Music

Leith Theatre rebirth and Ross Pavilion vision in running for Creative Edinburgh Awards

Lifestyle
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suede kitten ankle boots in red, �69, M&S Collection. Alasdair wears, old gold luxury slim fit polo shirt, from �49.50, Tommy Hilfiger (uk.tommy.com); cobalt wool jumper, �150, Armani, Harvey Nichols

Fashion: season’s scene stealers

Fashion
Johnny Coca at The Elle Style Awards 2016  Picture: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images

Interview: Johnny Coca, Mulberry Creative Director

News

Art

Above: Carey Lander. Right: the artwork by Chop Pop inspired by Camera Obscuras video for Lets Get Out Of This Country

Japanese fan of Glasgow band Camera Obscura creates artwork for cancer charity

Art