The Social Bitches take their pick of kiwi performers at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The actor talks about his role in the new Irvine Welsh and Dean Cavanagh play Performers
Celebrating a quarter century at the Fringe, C venues remains fresh and exciting.
200 years after the book was first imagined, we walk you through some of the adaptations of Frankenstein coming to the Fringe.
Actor/director Adam Tomkins introduces new play The Wee One, coming to Leith Festival
Final thoughts on 2015’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The writer of RAZ, the tale of a young man about town at Assembly this Fringe, told us where the inspiration came from.
Laura Ingram interviews actress Katharine Hurst about her role as celebrated courtesan/spy, Mata Hari, in Mata Hari: Female Spy at Zoo Venues this Fringe.
Rachel Amey and Ali Maloney tell us about the unique nature of their Fringe show Shift/ – A best of Spoken Word.
Death, demons and Irish immigration officials all make an appearance at the launch of Traverse Festival 2015
Climb into bed with a stranger and undress sexuality stereotypes with Sexology Season at The Arches.
Ahead of touring Torn, a silently-performed piece about love, Morton talks to us about how her work as a psychotherapist provided inspiration.
The maker of Scots language piece O Is For Hoolet talks to us ahead of shows at the Arches and Traverse.
Artistic Director of Gecko, Amit Lahav, talks to Andrew Latimer about the long-haul life of Institute, coming to Festival Theatre this month.
Callum Madge speaks to Jon Gracey and Viv Egan about their new guide for those seeking to perform in August.
Roman Polanski’s raunchy and enjoyable battle of the sexes revels in its own metafictional nature.
Emma Hay talks to the actress about Nutshell Theatre’s site-specific piece Thread, dealing with dementia, sexuality and the long-gone 50s.
Touching and powerful South African set drama of connection and confusion.
George Brant’s one-woman play ambitiously collides motherhood with the War on Terror.
Callum Madge catches up with Artistic Director Simon Hart to talk about this year’s Manipulate programme and how it has evolved.