The maker of Scots language piece O Is For Hoolet talks to us ahead of shows at the Arches and Traverse.
A Scotland-wide visual theatre festival packed with world and UK premieres awaits us in January
A look at some of the creative talent featuring in this year’s Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.
Playwright Bush Mouzarkel talks about meaninglessness and the role of theatre in dealing with real events.
Callum Madge speaks to the Director of Village Pub Theatre who are showcasing their work at the Traverse Theatre from March 31st.
George Brant’s one-woman play ambitiously collides motherhood with the War on Terror.
Emma Hay speaks to the Traverse Theatre’s artist in residence, playwright Peter Arnott.
Callum Madge catches up with Artistic Director Simon Hart to talk about this year’s Manipulate programme and how it has evolved.
Emma Hay chats to Peepolykus’ John Nicholson and Javier Marzan about The Arthur Conan Doyle Appreciation Society.
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 touching, funny, powerful piece of personal theatre from professional thorn in the side Mark Thomas.
Summerhall is tearing up the Fringe with 24-hour theatre, millennia-spanning shows and comedy acrobatics.
Mark Thomas speaks to Andrew Latimer about his new show, Bravo Figaro, and about how political comedy has evolved over the years.
Blythe Duff talks to Emma Hay about bullying, nuclear fallout and Arthur’s Seat ahead of her Fringe role at the Traverse.
This year’s EIFF makes up for last year’s disappointment as Artistic Director Chris Fujiwara talks about the vast array of Asian films.
Infusing inspirations from Laurel and Hardy to the Marx Brothers, director Niall Henry has taken a fresh approach to Ionesco’s renowned nonsense play.
This year’s Edinburgh International Magic Festival once again unveils a spectacular line up from eight countries.
Recently appointed Traverse AD, Orla O’Loughlin, tells us what her outlook is for the Traverse’s programmes and directives.
Here you’ll find the ten definitive hot-tickets of the next two weeks
Newly appointed AD Orla O’Loughlin tackles Tim Price’s text on loss and giref at the Traverse this April.