Things can seem grim in cultural circles, but Scotland has the potential for a bright new decade, argues Editor Robert Peacock. And as The Wee Review relaunches, we want to be part of it.
A revamp, a merger and an exclusive interview as we prepare for this year’s Fringe
The Fringe Chief Executive talks about the future for Scotland’s cultural centrepiece in conversation with editor Robert Peacock
New partnership creates one of the largest reviewing operations at the Fringe
Musical comedian Harriet Braine tells us how early years in menial jobs have given her a different appreciation of the Fringe
Gavin Robertson ponders why producers do the Fringe when the costs are so high
We chat to the comedian, writer and poet ahead of his April shows at The Stand and a new Fringe show.
Before Fair Fringe campaigners take aim, they should make sure they have the right target in their sights argues editor Robert Peacock
You need PR behind you to succeed at the Fringe – or do you?
If the Fringe is about taking risks and never settling for the same old thing, then Ewan Spence asks whether its time for some drastic action
The Wee Review announces the winners of its three Fringe awards for this year…
Ahead of the press previews, Ewan Spence is worried that the Fringe may not be able to deliver this year and he’s looking for some inspiration.
The madcap sketch trio talk about their new Fringe show.
Musselburgh theatre offers a break from the bustle.
We sat down with Artistic Director Orla O’Loughlin, to discuss what to expect from the Traverse’s festival programme.
We caught up with the double Chortle award-winner to chat about her new Fringe show.
This East Lothian festival is back and better than ever in 2018.
We round up the Fringe shows that are making their way to Glasgow.
Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group unveil six productions for 2018
Some thoughts for people who are quick to see bias everywhere.