5 minutes with: Patrick Kielty - 'I've stumbled into happiness'
The Belfast-born comic on making his debut at the Edinburgh Fringe
Jack Thorne: 'I'd do anything John Tiffany asked me to'
By Ben Hewis
We chat to the playwright behind Let the Right One In and the upcoming Harry Potter play about his latest project, The Solid Life of Sugar Water
5 minutes with: Marcus Brigstocke - 'It's a privilege to play Edinburgh'
The writer and comedian is starring in three shows at the Fringe this year, including the Menier Chocolate Factory's production of Fully Committed
Tim Crouch: 'It can be difficult when you come with a reputation'
The theatremaker behind An Oak Tree, Adler and Gibb and I, Malvolio says he's tired of being labelled a radical
Lee Hall: ‘Billy Elliot is even more relevant now than when we made it'
As the hit screen-to-stage musical celebrates its tenth birthday in the West End, we speak to writer Lee Hall about its ongoing resonance
Fergus Linehan: 'I want people to know what the Edinbugh International Festival stands for'
The new EIF director tells Michael Coveney about his inaugural programme and vision for the festival's future
Sean Holmes on the Secret Theatre tour
By Ron Simpson
Lyric Hammersmith's artistic director, Sean Holmes, talks about the creation of Secret Theatre and its upcoming tour
Will Eno: 'Edinburgh is like a riot, with velvet ropes'
Eno's monologue Title and Deed at Assembly Hall has received rave reviews and recently won a Stage Acting Award for Conor Lovett
A few of my favourite Edinburgh things: Shazia Mirza
By Editorial Staff
The comedian and columnist on her love of fish and chips, leaky caves and Alan Carr