We speak to the African dictator set to stage a comedy coup at the Fringe.
The political phrase du jour makes a convenient acronym but has sinister undertones
It’s received praise and criticism alike, but Loach’s latest hits too close to home to be dismissed as a mere polemic.
Iraq Out & Loud, the mammoth reading of the Chilcot Report, gets underway…
They may no longer have the Counting House, but the Laughing Horse’s Free Festival still straddles the city.
Worklight Theatre’s Artistic Director talks Labels, his Pleasance Courtyard show about identity
Joe Douglas talks to Barbara Henderson about the forthcoming tour.
A fascinating glimpse of this eccentric figure and his world of music, radical politics and African spiritualism.
Touching and powerful South African set drama of connection and confusion.
As the 65th anniversary of Frank Capra’s classic approaches, Neil McEwan looks into the film’s subtle Conservative underpinning.
Stuart Paterson talks panto, politics and parties ahead of his Christmas show Beauty and the Beast at The Lyceum.
Our fury at the western empire which has forced us onto the streets continues to be realised.
The services and money are available, and built in is a system of return; it’s simply about whether the government wants to do it.
“I just wanna say, fuck Donald Trump’ Oh such a satisfying listen. It’s time for rappers of the world to unite.
Apparently there’s no need to reach for the noose just yet…