Popular Radio 4 comic talks about his Darwin-inspired new show
The director of a collaborative music project coming fresh to Edinburgh explains what it’s about
Guitarist discusses his new live CD/DVD and his 2019 ‘Selling England’ tour
The director and producer of acclaimed short Sylvia speak to The Wee Review about their debut film
The Alarm frontman celebrates three classic albums with his Hurricane Of Change tour
Squeeze songwriter admits their renaissance has been “mystifying but lovely!”
Singer talks to us as the Swedish hardcore punks prepare to tour new album War Music to Glasgow Barrowlands
One woman is at the Fringe to turn her cancer story into a creative legacy for her children
Udita Banerjee talks to the comic leading the way on India’s burgeoning scene
Sarah Howells takes tea and talks memories with Miss Hope Springs’ creator, Ty Jeffries
Note: This review is from the 2019 Fringe The #TransFringe, which started as a simple […]
The man who put the PBH into PBH’s Free Fringe talks turkey as he prepares for the 20th (and last?) installation of the show that started it
“I’m an atheist with regard to that kind of god.” We spoke to the trio of vicars-cum-comedians heading Edinburgh-wards with their unconventional take on Christianity.
Geoff Ford talks to the jobbing Glasgow songwriter propelled into the limelight by a Rod Stewart support slot
“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.
Every year new performers come to Edinburgh in August hoping to make a name for themselves and establish a career. But not every Edinburgh debutant is on that path…
Camilla Gürtler and Max Keeble explain how running is a tonic for loss in new play I Run
“It’s just me marvelling at people who can be arsed doing anything.” We spoke to the rising star about her debut Fringe hour, Duvet Day.
Company Chordelia’s artistic director talks about the losses that inspired her new dance piece The Chosen