Comedian Paddy McGuinness is coming to Glasgow as part of his UK tour.
WHEN St Stephen's Church in Edinburgh's Stockbridge district was sold last year, it was feared that its days as an Edinburgh Festival Fringe venue, fondly remembered for its programmes by Aurora Nova, the Arches and the Traverse were numbered.
Oscar-nominated Hollywood star Bradley Cooper is to appear in London's West End with a transfer of his Broadway hit The Elephant Man.
Damon Albarn has created a new musical version of the literary classic Alice in Wonderland, which will be staged this year.
Last year Scotland lost three men whose contribution to the current shape of the country's theatre most of the populace is probably less than fully aware of.
Now in its thirteenth year, the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, which starts on March 12, is offering nearly 106,000 tickets for 400 shows at 46 venues all over the city.
The King's Theatre in Edinburgh is holding a showcase of the city's amateur dramatic companies on January 26.
The former Blue Peter presenter Peter Duncan is to head the cast in Rachel Wagstaff's acclaimed stage play Birdsong which comes to His Majesty's Theatre in Aberdeen next month.
Bill Cosby jokingly warned a woman in the audience during a show in Canada to be careful drinking around him.