Edinburgh Blog: On FOMO and the Fringe
By Theo Bosanquet · 18 Aug 2014

It's impossible to escape Fear Of Missing Out when it comes to Edinburgh

Michael Coveney at Edinburgh: Festival stunned by Ian Bostridge and a death camp masterpiece
By Michael Coveney · 14 Aug 2014

Our chief critic continues his exploration of this year's record-breaking EIF

Catherine Love's Edinburgh Fringe Diary #2
By Catherine Love · 11 Aug 2014

Taking time out on the Fringe with intimate performances

Michael Coveney at Edinburgh: English domination, Scottish parades and anti-Israeli protests
By Michael Coveney · 11 Aug 2014

Our chief critic reflects on some major talking points of the festival so far

Edinburgh Blog: Late night larks with ceilidhs, Kitson and trams
By Theo Bosanquet · 7 Aug 2014

There are options aplenty for night owls on the Fringe

An Open Letter to Arts Council England regarding the cut to Orange Tree Theatre's funding
By Andrew Macbean · 5 Aug 2014

Andrew Macbean, Chair of W&SW London Equity Branch, asks Sir Peter Bazalgette to explain the 100% cut to the Orange Tree Theatre's funding

Catherine Love's Edinburgh Fringe Diary #1
By Catherine Love · 4 Aug 2014

How is experimental theatre shaping up at this year's Edinburgh Fringe?

Joey gallops into the Royal Albert Hall for War Horse Prom
By Luke Clow · 4 Aug 2014

The BBC's Prom 22 was inspired by the National Theatre's production of Michael Morpurgo's War Horse and featured a new suite created by Adrian Sutton

Edinburgh Blog: On dealing with bad reviews
By Theo Bosanquet · 4 Aug 2014

It's easy to get downcast by bad notices early in the festival, but artists should try not to take it to heart

Michael Coveney: Power play at the Proms, festival fever in Edinburgh and Enniskillen, disaster in Eastbourne
By Michael Coveney · 31 Jul 2014

Looking at the BBC Proms, and further afield to the various festivals on offer in August