Emma Hay speaks to the Traverse Theatre’s artist in residence, playwright Peter Arnott.
Blythe Duff talks to Emma Hay about bullying, nuclear fallout and Arthur’s Seat ahead of her Fringe role at the Traverse.
May we tempt you to some Glaswegian Theatre? We May?
Interview with actor Sean Biggerstaff about the new National Theatre of Scotland touring show: Appointment with The Wicker Man.
A plethora of theatrical highlights to indulge yourself with this March in Glasgow.
The best of Glasgow’s theatrical treats to get you through the darkness and schmaltz of February.
Stuart Paterson talks panto, politics and parties ahead of his Christmas show Beauty and the Beast at The Lyceum.
All the highlights from this month’s Glaswegian theatrical calendar.
Whatever your standing on religion, science, ageing and disease is, Abi Morgan’s new play will surely challenge it.
Round up of all that’s best in Glasgow’s theatres this October.
We are a country with a reputation for producing splendid things: should we risk losing it all by favouring the mainstream?
Against the backdrop of the SNP’s overwhelming victory, Scottish independence comes into focus once more
Showing @ Traverse Theatre 10-19 March: An exploration of the identity, belonging and sense of self that come with language in this new play by Gaelic playwright Iain Finlay Macleod
Plenty to look forward to on the Glasgow stages this month
New works and the chance to have an impact on the final product, this double bill tackles the unappreciated public transport workers and the systemic problems of our political system.
Showing 15 Feb – 19 March @ 1pm every week @ Traverse Theatre
David Greig’s new version for NTS
The House of Bernarda Alba, twelve women and John Tiffany. An interview with Louise Ludgate about the show. Coming to the King’s Theatre 3 – 7 Nov.