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Stef O’Driscoll has long championed works that connects with audiences who feel excluded from traditional theatre. She tells Natasha Tripney how unconventional forms allow...

Sexual harassment in the industry has been the hot topic of 2018, and it’s no different at Edinburgh. Emily Jupp hears from directors, actors...

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Male relationships – specifically inter-generational familial relationships – come under intense, if friendly examination in Glas(s) Productions' Old Boy. The company has engaged with three...

Not many people have heard of the tetra-decathlon, a hugely difficult race of 14 track and field events, and even fewer people compete in...

A really brief note on the free sheet for this physical show by National Theatre of China says it’s about the life of Zhang...

Stef O’Driscoll has long championed works that connects with audiences who feel excluded from traditional theatre. She tells Natasha Tripney how unconventional forms allow...

Playwright Tanika Gupta has been announced the winner of the 2018 James Tait Black Prize for Drama. The £10,000 playwriting prize is presented annually by...

The chief executive of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland has begun legal proceedings against the body’s chairman and its parent organisation, the Department...

Simon Evans’ and David Aula’s meta-magic show has been knocking around for a couple of years now. There’s even a sequel, The Extinction Event,...

Many artists have attempted to capture on stage the essence of cabaret during the Weimar Republic in Germany. Rather than simply performing a selection...

Nicely turned as comedy, Sarah MacGillivray and Phil Bartlett's story of a Scottish actress straight out of drama school who goes down to London...

Mele Broomes runs Glasgow-based dance, music and theatre company Various Dance Artists and is one of the founders of Project X, an initiative that...

In 1890, impresario Richard D'Oyly Carte, composer Arthur Sullivan and librettist WS Gilbert fell out over the costs of a carpet. It ended in...

There is a complexity to Matthew Roberts' one-man show, Canoe, which goes much deeper than the issue of grieving that lies at its heart. Roberts' rhyming...
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