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
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