Chat with forthcoming Fringe attractions Saskwatch about coming to Edinburgh and the Soul capital of the South: Melbourne.
Mark Thomas speaks to Andrew Latimer about his new show, Bravo Figaro, and about how political comedy has evolved over the years.
Blythe Duff talks to Emma Hay about bullying, nuclear fallout and Arthur’s Seat ahead of her Fringe role at the Traverse.
Rare cinematic experience which concerns itself with the humdrum of family life and what it takes to destroy it.
This year’s EIFF makes up for last year’s disappointment as Artistic Director Chris Fujiwara talks about the vast array of Asian films.
Recently appointed Traverse AD, Orla O’Loughlin, tells us what her outlook is for the Traverse’s programmes and directives.
Our pick of what to look out for at this year’s Italian Film Festival at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse.
Greg Day, Paul McEvoy, Alan Jones and Ian Rattray speak to us about what FrightFest is really like at the GFF.
Fran Kilgour tells us how she imagines her new farcical play 44 McDonald Road to look for Bated Breath at the Traverse.
From marriage to friendship, religion to science, Dundee to Edinburgh: it’s all about collaboration…