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INTERVIEWS

Since training at art school, Martin Creed has won a Turner prize for his piece featuring a light being turned on and off in...

The pair behind Underbelly have become experts at pop-up venues, expanding to run Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations and festivals on London’s South Bank. Holly Williams...

Martin Dockery is a writer and actor with Concrete Drops Theatre, based in New York. He talks to Nick Awde about taking a show to the Edinburgh Festival...

One half of theatre company Unholy Mess, alongside Lucy Allan, poet Jemima Foxtrot is taking her new production Above the Mealy-Mouthed Sea to the...

Despite a career spanning more than 40 years, this grande dame of dance shows no sign of slowing down. As she brings her autobiographical...

Aboriginal dance group Djuki Mala, from a remote island in Australia, has brought a show to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Executive producer and director...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child director John Tiffany has returned to the Royal Court with a play about a working-class town torn apart...

Heather Litteer began her career playing the roles of prostitutes, drug-addicts and strippers, notably “the nameless girl on the other side of a sex...

Jon Brittain talks to Emily Jupp about his new fringe show that explores the funny side of depression, following Mr Methane in a Wetherspoons...

With a CV that ranges from Shakespeare and W1A to Rose West, Monica Dolan has never been afraid to take risks. She tells Nick...

Julia Miller, artistic director of Chicago’s Manual Cinema, tells Nick Awde about taking a show to the Edinburgh Fringe… Edinburgh veteran or first-timer? Last year...

Following up on her success as a performance poet and comedian, Jackie Hagan has now turned to playwriting. Her debut play, Cosmic Scallies, puts...
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