Cherry Jones: 'I'm in heaven, I don't ever want to leave the UK'
Following her run in John Tiffany's production of The Glass Menagerie as part of the Edinburgh International Festival, American actress Cherry Jones talks to us about working with the director, why she admires British actors, and visiting the country as a child
Shôn Dale-Jones: 'I began to wonder whether anything I wrote had any value'
The artistic director of Hoipolloi explains why he is staging his latest show for free at the Edinburgh Fringe and beyond
5 minutes with: Nancy Sullivan - 'My very first job was with Andrew Lloyd Webber'
The Les Miserables and Little Voice actress on how she got into the industry and her one-woman show in Edinburgh
5 minutes with: Sidney Cole - 'I was told going into acting wasn't a good idea'
By Will Longman
The actor appears in They Drink It in the Congo which has its world premiere at the Almeida tonight
David Greig: I want the Lyceum to be a democratic, public space
The artistic director of the Lyceum on his new season and what to catch at the Edinburgh Fringe
Adura Onashile: 'I wanted to shine a light on the women around Fela Kuti'
Award winning playwright and performer Adura Onashile talks about her new play Expensive Shit and how to survive the Fringe