Catherine Love's Edinburgh Fringe Diary #2

Taking time out on the Fringe with intimate performances

Michael Coveney at Edinburgh: English domination, Scottish parades and anti-Israeli protests

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

Edinburgh Blog: Late night larks with ceilidhs, Kitson and trams

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

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

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

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

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

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

Catherine Love: Play it again

Is there value in going back for seconds when it comes to theatre?

Carlo Bergonzi (1924-2014)

Simon Thomas reflects on the passing of one of the 20th Century's greatest voices