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Traverse Theatre

Natasha Tripney Future Bodies – Home, Manchester Unlimited Theatre (Am I Dead Yet?) and RashDash (Three Sisters, Two Man Show) – both exhilarating companies – join forces for a...

For those of us who take an interest in the leadership of our theatre industry, there’s a lot of change afoot. This summer saw...

Xana Marwick questions whether society is as committed to supporting its children as it believes it is, in her touring two-hander, Nests, for Frozen...

We’re entering the final days of the Edinburgh Fringe, but where’s the buzz? This fringe has seen no shortage of quality – especially in new writing. Neither has there been a lack...

“At this point, you might be thinking you’d like to exchange your ticket for Thor and Loki, the musical,” says US soldier Danna with...

Amid rave reviews for her show What Girls Are Made Of at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, the award-winning director and actor talks to Thom...

Every show and every venue is under scrutiny during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, but few experience the level of examination that the Traverse faces...

Penelope Skinner's Angry Alan and What Girls Are Made Of by Cora Bissett have won Scotsman Fringe First awards at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. They...

Featuring on the New York Times list of 25 best plays since Angels in America, Jennifer Kidwell and Scott R Sheppard’s play is a...
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