“A dream come true,” says Elesha Paul Moses about playing the late, great pop singer
Little Death Club’s glamorous compère talks diversity, glamour and gin. Lots of gin.
Geoff Ford talks to the mysterious theatreland figure making his Fringe debut this year
The Belgian musician on the show she promised she would make for her late father
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
Dean Penn of popular kids’ show Animalphabet! talks to Stewart McLaren
Polkadot Theatre adapts Pauline McKay’s acclaimed picture book Wee MacNesse for a puppet show.
The Artistic Director of New Room Theatre talks about his verbatim play exploring alcoholism and the road to recovery.
Keep or delete? Dante or Die explore digital legacy as part of the Traverse festival programme.
A grandmother’s diary prompted this theatre-cookery crossover piece which comes to Summerhall Fringe.
Alzheimer’s is the focus for the popular solo performer’s new show at the Pleasance.
Creator of one-man masterpiece The Unknown Soldier is back at the Fringe with a piece that could prove oddly controversial…
We sat down with Artistic Director Orla O’Loughlin, to discuss what to expect from the Traverse’s festival programme.
We chatted to founder Ross Hepburn about Edinburgh’s premier alternative variety showcase.
We chatted to the directors coverting Bedlam for a version of Timberlake Wertenbaker’s play.
A wee chat with the cast of a lovely student play.
The magician who hates magic shows gives us the low-down on his Fringe.
The Social Bitches dine with actors Rob Ward & Ryan Clayton at Otro, one of Edinburgh’s best Restaurants.
We talk to the creator of a politics show for kids