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Lyn Gardner

I always love the first couple of weeks of September when theatre has a back-to-school vibe. There is nothing like the start of the...

1. It was the year of guerrilla marketing Demi Nandhra’s heartfelt blog about needing a payday loan to come to Edinburgh blossomed into something a...

Entertainment unions have jointly written an open letter expressing "deep concern" at the decline in arts journalism and the impact this will have on...

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...

Darting between the fringe and the Edinburgh International Festival, the difference in resources and scale is striking. The gloss of some EIF shows can feel...

What two things do you need to come to the fringe? Financial clout and bravery would be high on my list, and I’m not...

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe officially opens today, but lots of shows have been up and running since Wednesday. I love the first few days...

Theatre critic Kenneth Tynan once described Guys and Dolls as the greatest work of American drama after Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Whether...

Last week, The Stage published a piece I had written that followed a production on the London fringe – The Amber Trap at Theatre503,...
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