INTERVIEWS

Now performing her self-written show Stories to Tell in the Middle of the Night at Edinburgh, the writer and actor tells Georgia Snow how...

As the magician stages his latest show, he tells Georgia Snow why his kind of magic is all about fun. What can audiences expect from...

It is perhaps fitting that ahead of the opening of the Edinburgh Fringe, an image of David Bowie was projected on to the wall...

The independent sector has few champions like Jo Crowley. It could do with more. In an era of straitened funding and inward-looking institutions, the...

Tim Minchin is more than a little anxious. His latest stage musical Groundhog Day is about to open at the Old Vic when we...

Kenneth Branagh’s Romeo and Juliet may be sitting at the top of his CV now, but Howard Hudson’s career as a lighting designer began,...

After developing the show for more than four years, the Scottish actor is finally ready to unleash Bird, her first full-length solo, on the...

We may not yet have had a female artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company or the National Theatre, but there’s no glass ceiling...

Las Vegas and Edinburgh have a lot in common. If you’ve ever had a beer upended in your lap in a stuffy subterranean chamber,...

Gawn Grainger was off to Tuscany to work on his memoirs when he got the call from his agent, saying: “How would you like...

Just outside Edinburgh, about a 40-minute drive if the traffic’s good, you’ll find the Fala Flow moor – 800 acres of mossy wetland with...

With a mischievous laugh, Kate O’Flynn admits: “I’ve never done Edinburgh before, or even been to the festival. Isn’t that naughty?” But she’s now making...
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