l Dawn King studied for a media degree before taking part in a playwriting workshop at Soho Theatre, where she became part of the theatre's Young Writers' Group.
What a sweet treat for ages three to seven this is - but then Clare McGarry and her Grinagog Theatre company have a very tasty track record when it comes to keeping young audiences entertained and involved.
Richard Alston Dance Company
The weight of 152 years hangs heavily around the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts (the RGI).
Scottish theatre has done rather very well out of Charles Dickens's holly-green classic A Christmas Carol in recent times.
To say that Norman Bowman is excited is something of an understatement.
On March 6 2004, The Fruitmarket Gallery opened Stitches In Time, an exhibition of work by Louise Bourgeois curated by Frances Morris.
The pointed humour of the modern newspaper columnist has its origins in the free-for-all satirical explosion of the late 18th century.
'The thing that was tattooed on my brain not to do was postcards," he says.
IT'S the quiet ones you have to watch, and there are few quieter than Fanny Price, the bookish daughter of a poor family who's packed off to live with her rich and largely ghastly relatives, the Bertrams, in Jane Austen's third and most contentious novel.