Tradfest 2017 Round-Up
Hugh Kerr sums up his experience at this year's Tradfest
Fifty years of the play that pioneered presentations of gay material on stage, film and...
Ken Wilson looks at lawyer Roy Cohn, pivotal character in the National's Angels in America.
The Hollywood composer has been chosen for Matthew Bourne's reboot of The Red Shoes
Forget Thunderbirds, it was Captain Scarlet that caught the 60s zeitgeist
Thoughts on what's in store for Fergus Linehan's third year in charge
A classic piece of theatre of embarrassment celebrates its 40th birthday
Granite Noir session gives an enthusiastic prodding to a fundamental question
Jan Simpson dabbles in Doric at an excellent creative writing workshop at Granite Noir.
Authors discuss how setting can offer contrasts in landscape and societal texture
Successful authors discuss approaching a new novel. Is it better to plan or fly by...
Two more crime novelists reveal their writing insights
A most meaningful album launch attended by a most meaningless assortment of humans.
Crime writers talk about the importance of location in their work
Sweden's Queen of Crime Fiction reveals her motivations at Granite Noir
Two ex-cops talk of their writing experiences at Granite Noir
The Wee Review team tell us what they're most looking forward to culturally this year.
A few of the The Wee Review team look back at their cultural highlights of...
The Print Room in Notting Hill has been accused of racism for using Caucasian actors...
The political phrase du jour makes a convenient acronym but has sinister undertones
Incredible promise demonstrated by a seriously impressive showcase of student filmmakers.
It's received praise and criticism alike, but Loach's latest hits too close to home to...
In the lead up to Hallowe'en, the story of a real-life boogeyman.
Edinburgh hosts the 10th anniversary of the Oxjam festival with characteristic style.
After a successful third year, fesival has an even bigger reputation to live up to.
Thoughts on a more constructive reviewing environment at the Fringe