Company Chordelia’s artistic director talks about the losses that inspired her new dance piece The Chosen
Geoff Ford talks to the mysterious theatreland figure making his Fringe debut this year
“Maybe there should be limits…? No… never!!” We chat to character comedian about new show LOIS.
The Fringe Chief Executive talks about the future for Scotland’s cultural centrepiece in conversation with editor Robert Peacock
The young classical singer from Longniddry prepares to make her Fringe debut
We chat to the writer and director of moving father/daughter short Lefty/Righty.
The Belgian musician on the show she promised she would make for her late father
The character comedian behind Tina T’Urner Tea Lady tells us about the Freaks she’s bringing to the Fringe this year
We chat to the writer and director about her offbeat rom-com Emma Peeters
Think once, think twice, think fork, spoon and knife with health and safety character comedian
Interview exploring the process of being a life drawing model
Jazz trio ride the waves on journey to the Queen’s Hall
We spoke to Director Claire Wood about the Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Company’s upcoming production of The Lark, Jean Anouilh’s inspiring play about Joan of Arc.
We talk to the team bringing an adaptation of Poe’s The Devil in the Belfry to the new Cymera Festival in Edinburgh
Rock’s elder statesman about to embark on his biggest UK tour
We spoke to the director ahead of a nationwide tour of his film Neither Wolf Nor Dog.
“It was freeing to not have the restrictions”. Honeyblood star on going it alone with the third album.
The man redefining the crooner talks to us before his Perth gig with Jools Holland
Writer and filmmaker Ed Webb-Ingall presents a new community video for The Science Festival.
Edinburgh Drawing School Director takes over Torrance Gallery on Dundas Street.