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OPINION

The ‘Edinburgh bubble’ is a very real phenomenon. The relentless 24-hour mania of the Scottish capital during festival season provides almost total insulation from...

One of the pleasures of seeing the multi-talented 1927 performing its latest show, Roots, in the Edinburgh International Festival programme is in seeing the...

One line started it. “You know that he loved you, don’t you?” That was the moment in Nick Payne’s A Life when tears began...

There’s a line you often hear spoken around Edinburgh at festival time: “It’s a great fringe show.” But while the intention may have been to praise a work, it...

I went to see a great show at Summerhall the other evening called The Afflicted. Produced by Scottish company Groupwork, the show is about...

Notes can often feel like an attack on artistic integrity, but sometimes those giving them are right. Writer and director Poppy Burton-Morgan says we...

Tabard is a firm believer that it’s never too late to follow your dreams. Cabaret star Lynn Ruth Miller is a prime example that age...

As many people are already aware, the Mercury Theatre, Colchester is currently in the midst of a two-year £9.7 million capital project. This project...

Five years ago, the Oliviers faced calls to introduce an award for musical directors; today, there are demands for a casting director category. This is...

Much has been said about improving the visibility of disabled actors. Should there be quotas? Should roles be restricted to disabled actors? Should disabled...

Anyone lucky enough to have seen Ian Rickson’s magnetic recent production of Duncan Macmillan’s version of Ibsen’s Rosmersholm at the Duke of York’s will...
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