The actor talks about his role in the new Irvine Welsh and Dean Cavanagh play Performers
Denise Mulholland of Malta’s Teatru Manoel Youth Theatre talks to us about their upcoming show at Chrysalis Festival
Youth Theatre Arts Scotland talk to us about this weekend’s Chrysalis festival at the Traverse
Interview with the author of the harrowing The Blue Box
Television’s glamorous doyen shares her love of the natural world and the secret to her calmness
Theatre-maker on the loss of her parents and the piece she made about it, My World Has Exploded A Little Bit
The man behind the Royal Variety of the Fringe talks 25 years of tracking down top talent.
CC Bloom’s welcomes back cult cabaret star for more sassy, satirical stories.
“Like a mirror, bro!” – NZ performer explores the realities of homelessness in one-man show
Worklight Theatre’s Artistic Director talks Labels, his Pleasance Courtyard show about identity
Joe Douglas talks to Barbara Henderson about the forthcoming tour.
A new Fringe show based on the tragic end of a real-life circus elephant.
Asylon Theatre’s artistic director Marta Mari talks about 24 Hour Plays Edinburgh and how it might relate to the wider theatre industry.
Actor/director Adam Tomkins introduces new play The Wee One, coming to Leith Festival
The writer introduces us to her Leith Festival play, Leith Docks: A Way of Life
Claire Sweeney talks about motherhood, Mars Bars, and more, ahead of the Scottish run of smash hit musical, Hairspray.
We speak to Creative Director, David Martin, about plans for Edinburgh’s not-for-profit arts festival when it returns to King’s Stables Road in May
Ahead of the revival of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, the Aussie star talks to Ken Wilson about a role he clearly loves.
Playwright Eddie Small talks about The Four Marys, his new play, commissioned for the centenary of Mary Slessor’s death
Thoughts from one of the household names of musical theatre on his forthcoming starring role in Mack and Mabel at the Edinburgh Playhouse.