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Interview: Katharine Hurst

Laura Ingram interviews actress Katharine Hurst about her role as celebrated courtesan/spy, Mata Hari, in Mata Hari: Female Spy at Zoo Venues this Fringe.

Interview: Gavin Robertson

Laura Ingram speaks to the producer, writer and performer of Crusoe – a darkly-comic play about three disparate male characters in an urban world, playing at Zoo Venues.

Interview: Dandy Darkly

Neil Arthur James’s alter ego Dandy Darkly is back in Edinburgh with brand new show Trigger Happy. Sarah McIntosh caught up with him on a quiet lunchtime at CC Blooms…

Interview: Matt McDonagh

Vegan and rock’n’roll seem an unlikely combination, but somehow the 21-year-old pianist/singer from East Kilbride manages to pull it off.

Interview: Harmonium Project

A brand spanking new, one-off live event, to celebrate 50 years of the EIF and the Festival Chorus – producer Jo Walsh talks us through what was involved.

This is a celebrity: Freddie Flintoff @ Pleasance Courtyard, from Thu 27 Aug to Sat 29 Aug 2015 This is a nude: Miss Glory Pearl: The Naked Stand-Up @ Spotlites, from Thu 6 Aug to Sat 15 Aug 2015 And these are our picks: Writers’ Picks Disability at the Fringe Spotlight on Burlesque Assembly C […]

Fringe Preview: Underbelly

With Bristo Square out of action, Underbelly has shifted around a bit, but still has an enviable array of performers.

Interview: Martin Travers

Writer of Scarfed For Life, a play about sectarianism, talks to us ahead of the show’s run at Just Festival