Pete Firman's Edinburgh Fringe Diary: 'Edinburgh audiences are the best in the world'
By Pete Firman
Now performing at his tenth consecutive Fringe, magician Pete Firman blogs about the past week at the UK's biggest performing arts festival
Confessions of a Fringeoholic: 'I've already seen a Sex Clown shove a sparkler up her bum'
By Katie Brennan
In the first of her blogs from the Fringe, actress Katie Brennan sums up the excitement of first week at the festival
Edinburgh Festival: Love, Lies and Volcanoes
The first weekend of the Edinburgh Festival threw up heartbreak, betrayal and a lot of geological history
Mark Watson's Edinburgh Fringe diary: 'So far I've avoided major alcohol poisoning'
By Mark Watson
The comedian Mark Watson reports back from Edinburgh in the lead up to the UK's biggest performing arts festival
Sami Ibrahim: Brexit reflects our obsession with needing to choose
By Sami Ibrahim
As the Almeida's Young Company stage a new immersive show, the company's dramaturg explains why the piece interrogates our need to make binary decisions
Sarah Crompton: Harry Potter reminds us why theatre should be a joy, not a duty
In the week that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child finally opened at the Palace Theatre, Sarah Crompton looks at how the play may open the door to a new younger audience.
Sarah Crompton: Meet the most famous actress you've never heard of
US actor Cherry Jones is a Broadway legend, but has never appeared on the British stage before. Sarah Crompton explains why she can't wait for the actress UK debut at the Edinburgh International Festival
How I wrote the music for Privacy
By Michael Bruce
As Daniel Radcliffe opens in Privacy Off-Broadway, composer Michael Bruce explains the challenges behind writing the score for James Graham's play about the internet
Matt Trueman: Theatre rarely lets us be fans
Matt Trueman on how festivals like Latitude prove the power of fandom
Can we ever get enough of Into the Woods?
By Craig Glenday
In the run up to an off-Broadway transfer to the Menier Chocolate Factory, chairman of the Stephen Sondheim Society Craig Glenday delves into the enduring appeal of this darkly comic show