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Thom Dibdin

Thom Dibdin

Biography

Currently Scotland Correspondent for The Stage, Thom has been a freelance contributor  to the paper since 1994

Recent Articles

Edinburgh International Children’s Festival launches hybrid event

Edinburgh International Children’s Festival launches hybrid event

The festival has launched a mixed programme of digital and live outdoor theatre and dance for 2021, including two weekends of live performances for families
Morag Deyes to step down as artistic director of Edinburgh's Dance Base

Morag Deyes to step down as artistic director of Edinburgh's Dance Base

Morag Deyes is to step down as artistic director of Dance Base in September, after 27 years at the head of the company
Distance Remaining

Distance Remaining

Great performances in this trio of monologues are not enough to carry this strangely distancing production
Edinburgh Fringe confirms return with registration opening in May

Edinburgh Fringe confirms return with registration opening in May

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe has confirmed it is preparing for both in-person and online offerings in 2021, as organisers announce that registration will open on May 5
Edinburgh International Festival 2021 to go ahead with Covid-secure outdoor venues

Edinburgh International Festival 2021 to go ahead with Covid-secure outdoor venues

Edinburgh International Festival will take place across three weeks this August, organisers have confirmed, as they announce plans for a series of Covid-secure outdoor venues that will facilitate the return of in-person audiences
80-plus freelancers hired for Dundee Rep’s new online season

80-plus freelancers hired for Dundee Rep’s new online season

Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre have launched online platform Rep Studios, which will employ 84 freelancers in its first season, and feature a mix of theatre, dance and music
Doppler: The Story So Far

Doppler: The Story So Far

Documentary of the journey of Grid Iron’s nearly staged, site-specific adaptation serves as an absorbing record of the process of creating theatre in lockdown
Curse of the Crackles!

Curse of the Crackles!

There’s no compromising on the silliness in Bea Roberts’ digital play for Shoreditch Town Hall, recorded in binaural surround-sound and pitched perfectly to six to 11-year-olds
Inverness’ Eden Court in lockdown: ‘Becoming an aid centre has changed us forever’

Inverness’ Eden Court in lockdown: ‘Becoming an aid centre has changed us forever’

In the latest in our series looking at how UK venues have coped since the onset of Covid-19 and going dark, Eden Court’s artistic director James Mackenzie-Blackman tells Thom Dibdin how serving its community directly has transformed its outlook
Pitlochry announces outdoor summer season in new amphitheatre venue

Pitlochry announces outdoor summer season in new amphitheatre venue

Pitlochry Festival Theatre has announced an outdoor summer season, following the Scottish government’s announcement that restrictions on theatres will be eased from May
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