Theatre Royal Transformation Reaches £12m Milestone
Scottish Opera announces that £12m has now been raised towards the £12.45m target to transform its home, Glasgow’s Theatre Royal.
Atmospheric New Don Giovanni Set To Seduce Scottish Audiences
Passion and danger take centre stage as Scottish Opera brings a vivid new production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni to audiences this autumn.
Murder, Intrigue and Betrayal as Handel's Rodelinda Hits Scottish Stages
For the first time in its 51 year history Scottish Opera brings Handel's back-stabbing baroque opera Rodelinda to the stage.
UK Premiere For Radical Re-Interpretation of Berg's Lulu
Olga Neuwirth’s radical re-interpretation of Alban Berg’s unfinished opera Lulu will have its UK premiere in a new production at this year’s Edinburgh International Festival.
Lighthouse Opera Moves From Fraserburgh To Newest Fringe Venue
Short opera, Last One Out, will be imaginatively transplanted from its original Fraserburgh Lighthouse setting to the Fringe's newest venue - Paterson's Land - this summer.
Opera For Babies Makes Its Edinburgh Fringe Debut
For the very first time, Scottish Opera’s ground-breaking interactive shows for babies and toddlers - BabyO and SensoryO - are coming to Edinburgh Fringe.
Scottish Opera Brings 1930s Song and Dance Duo To Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Two very different shows inspired by life in Depression-era America are coming to this year’s newest Festival Fringe venue. Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht’s gritty and glamorous collaboration The Seven Deadly Sins, which was written 80 years ago, will be joined by brand new production, Dance Derby, at Paterson’s Land.
Homegrown Shows Take Centre Stage at New Fringe Venue
Shows from some of Scotland's leading artists and performing arts companies will come together at Paterson's Land, a new Edinburgh Festival Fringe venue for 2013.
Scottish Opera Announces 2013/14 Season: From 17th-Century Venice To The Jazz Bars Of America's Deep South
Scottish Opera has announced the details of its 2013/14 Season which will feature 14 different shows, including four new productions, a UK premier, two collaborations and 181 performances taking place in 51 different venues.