David Pollock

David Pollock

Biography

David Pollock is an arts writer based in Edinburgh. He has written about theatre for the Stage, the Scotsman, the Independent, the List, the i, Financial Times and others

Recent Articles

Scenes for Survival: The Scottish theatremakers creating fresh work on screen

Scenes for Survival: The Scottish theatremakers creating fresh work on screen

The National Theatre of Scotland’s lockdown project includes Brian Cox performing a monologue by Ian Rankin. Its director Cora Bissett and artistic director Jackie Wylie tell David Pollock how Scotland’s ‘theatre without walls’ is operating under lockdown
Scenes for Survival

Scenes for Survival

Scotland’s National Theatre turns its attention indoors with a poignant series of isolation vignettes
‘The fringe will survive – even if it has to start from scratch’

‘The fringe will survive – even if it has to start from scratch’

Covid-19 has forced the cancellation of the fringe this year, putting many careers on hold. Creatives and other key players tell David Pollock what it means for them and how it will affect the future of the world’s largest arts festival
Barefoot in the Park

Barefoot in the Park

The Metamorphosis

The Metamorphosis

Smile

Smile

The Croft

The Croft

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