Adam Smith Theatre
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And All Because the Ladies Love a Right Guid Gab
Oh, it's a frighteningly familiar scene. Fife's biggest gossip ruins a perfectly nice trip to the Highlands for a wedding by spilling the beans on a bit of news no one wanted to hear, least of all Ella and Sawndy Baxter. Staged by the Goldfish Theatre Company.
Harold Pinter's classic 1970s drama of an extra-marital affair told in reverse order, starting with the bleak aftermath and ending with the couple's first meeting.
- 90 min
- Directed by: Rufus Norris
- Written by: Daniel Clay, Mark O'Rowe
- Cast: Tim Roth, Cillian Murphy, Rory Kinnear
- UK release: 8 March 2013
A young girl's life is changed forever when she witnesses a violent attack on a man by his neighbour, with the event carrying tragic consequences for everyone on the street.
The National Theatre of Scotland and Communicado Theatre Company present David Harrower's take on the true tale of a man on the Isle of Skye who, faced with council indifference to his remote village's isolated plight, built a two-mile stretch of road all by himself with nothing but a pick, a wheelbarrow and a shovel.
Derek Acorah: Eternal Spirits Tour
The spiritualist medium attempts to get in touch with the other side in this supernatural show.
Des Dillon Storyteller
Stand up meets storytelling as the comic, poet and author of Singin’ I’m No a Billy He’s a Tim talks about his life and work.
The Lady Boys of Bangkok: Glamorous Amorous
The Lady Boys present their world-famous show with renditions of J-Lo, Whitney, Kylie et al.
Tue 27 Aug
Wed 28 Aug
Thu 29 Aug
National Theatre Live: The Audience
- Directed by: Stephen Daldry
- Written by: Peter Morgan
- Cast: Helen Mirren
Mirren puts on a crown once more to play at being the Queen. Broadcast live from London's West End, The Audience finds HRH taking audiences with each of the twelve Prime Ministers of her reign in a play written by The Queen screenwriter Morgan.
Oz: The Great and Powerful
- 130 min
- Directed by: Sam Raimi
- Cast: James Franco, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz
- UK release: 8 March 2013
Raimi's visually lush prequel to The Wizard of Oz, spawned from L Frank Baum's 1900 novel, finds Oz (Franco) deciding which side of the curtain of good and evil he'll end up on.
Phantom of the Opera
Fife Youth Music Theatre present Andrew Lloyd Webber's classical musical about the mysterious man in the mask.
- 91 min
- Directed by: Scott Graham
- Written by: Scott Graham
- Cast: Chloe Pirrie, Tam Dean Burn, Morven Christie
- UK release: 15 March 2013
Shell (Pirrie) is a lonely teenager manning her father's isolated garage in the Highlands. The film was expanded from a short and it feels like it, with occasional forced symbolism and gloomy arthouse clichés instead of deeply-felt drama. But Graham has a definite way with actors, and it's eloquent and atmospheric.
- 102 min
- Directed by: Jaume Balagueró
- Written by: Alberto Marini
- Cast: Luis Tosar, Marta Etura, Alberto San Juan
- UK release: 1 March 2013
Invasion of your own personal, private space is at the core of Sleep Tight. Concierge Cesar (Tosar) is obsessed with one of his tenants, Clara (Etura), hiding in her apartment every night, writing her letters and sending threatening texts. It’s wonderfully played by Tosar, he’s the lynchpin of the film, investing the…
Some Other Mother
A play exploring language, globalisation, solidarity and class through the struggles of a young African mother to care for her child in Glasgow.
John Godber's play set in a challenging secondary school with a new drama teacher trying to make it through the end-of-term play in one piece. Presented by Blackeyed Theatre.