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Twenty-five years ago, Susan Sontag staged Beckett’s classic amid the siege at the heart of the Bosnian War. Participants tell Amber Massie-Blomfield how that...

After selling out previous shows at Edinburgh, Familie Floz is back with Infinita, as manager Gianni Bettucci tells Nick Awde Have you often performed at...

After trying to work together on a show for years, Katie Mitchell and Theatre des Bouffes du Nord are finally bringing La Maladie de...

Kaisa Lundan’s All the Lights Are On has to be one of the saddest shows at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. Staged as part of...

This Aussie invasion is armed with glitter and feather boas. Nick Awde meets three Australian cabaret acts preparing for the Edinburgh Fringe, and discovers...

Theatremakers and critics are being forced to chart challenging cultural waters, alert to new sensitivities that their work and words may provoke. Twice in...

Njambi McGrath is a Kenyan born, UK-based comedian and writer. She tells Nick Awde why she loves the Edinburgh Fringe This is your fifth Edinburgh...

The controversial director has received death threats, been sued by the church and accused of ‘inciting the audience to murder’. He tells Nick Awde...

An intense summer training course might not sound much like a holiday, but with destinations such as Barcelona, Umbria and Genoa to choose from,...
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