Actor Kathryn Haggis tells the tragic story that inspired Watching Glory Die, the Fringe play in which she stars
Gavin Robertson ponders why producers do the Fringe when the costs are so high
Our final roundup from some of the other films at EIFF 2019.
Part two of our round up of some of the other delights at EIFF 2019
A selection of the some of the other films we’ve caught at EIFF so far.
Somewhat out of character, the Social Bitches confess they’re in love with mocktails
Eclectic array of writers descend on the Highlands for the Ullapool Book Festival.
After an inspirational Royal Albert Hall concert by a group of musicians with learning disabilities, Mary-Ann Connolly asks why the same can’t happen here.
Two serial killing doctors – Shipman and Adams – come under the microscope in the RCPE’s latest lecture
Syphilis – not everyone’s idea for a great night out, but Ryan Latto finds the RCPE lecture on it fascinating
Tamsin Grainger introduces her session at the upcoming Audacious Women festival
Sarah Howells explores creative non-fiction whilst coaxing everyone to tell their story.
Before Fair Fringe campaigners take aim, they should make sure they have the right target in their sights argues editor Robert Peacock
As a former nurse, Ryan Latto can’t help but be sceptical of the alternative remedies on offer at Edinburgh’s Assembly Rooms
Help us plan for the future by completing our 2019 Reader Survey
From World War I to Cold War, we run through our favourite films of 2018.
A selection of our favourite reads from 2018 to add to your festive reading list
Hip-hop, metal, folk – and those are just numbers 8-10 in our writers’ end of year albums poll
You need PR behind you to succeed at the Fringe – or do you?
Dundee’s stunning new design museum is set to revitalise the city