Final thoughts on 2015’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Incoming director Fergus Linehan announces a full-blooded, though less than exploratory, programme of classical music for this year’s Edinburgh International Festival
Ahead of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, Julie Dawson writes frankly of her own experiences of depression.
Emma Hay talks to the actress about Nutshell Theatre’s site-specific piece Thread, dealing with dementia, sexuality and the long-gone 50s.
A new documentary comprising of footage sent in by the Scottish public directed by Nick Higgins.
Rona Munro on how far female playwriting has come over the last 30 years ahead of a new adaptation of Iron at the Traverse.
A look back over Elia Kazan’s classic 1951 film version at the Filmhouse as Scottish Ballet prepare a dance adaptation of Streetcar.
Recently appointed Traverse AD, Orla O’Loughlin, tells us what her outlook is for the Traverse’s programmes and directives.
Newly appointed AD Orla O’Loughlin tackles Tim Price’s text on loss and giref at the Traverse this April.
This year’s Manipulate Festival boosts its cinematic programme; artistic director Simon Hart spoke to us about the schedule.
Alison Peebles chats to us on the oral culture of music ahead of Dogstar’s production of The Captain’s Collection, one of the company’s earliest creations.
Exhilarating interview with Jo Clifford on the free-market and capitalism ahead of her newly commissioned work for the Traverse.
EMFF is back, giving outdoor enthusiasts of all ages, backgrounds and disciplines the chance to enjoy Scotland’s beautiful scenery, without having to leave the city.
We should look towards solving our own problems as opposed to running away from them.
A round-up of the winter season’s three main orchestras from Edinburgh to Aberdeen.
Skint over the EIFF? Check out the freebies on offer
Anyone for a documentary?
Two pairs of tickets to give away for this year’s CATS
All that’s best in the theatres of Glasgow this May
Snow. We thought it was over but here it comes again. Jill’s rant.