Edinburgh International Festival

Zinnie Harris: There's momentum behind Scottish theatre at the moment
As she faces a three-show August, the playwright and director Zinnie Harris explains what sparked Meet Me at Dawn and why writers should be careful in rehearsal rooms
Has Edinburgh lost its soul?
An Edinburgh resident explores the recent claims that Edinburgh is becoming a 'hollow shell museum'
Edinburgh review: The Divide (King's Theatre)
Alan Ayckbourn's epic new play is a six hour dystopian vision of the future
A week in the life of: The Divide's Sophie Melville
By Sophie Melville
The actress is currently starring in the world premiere of Alan Ayckbourn's new play at the Edinburgh International Festival
Let's talk about sets: Vox Motus's Candice Edmunds on Flight
By Candice Edmunds
The Scottish company have brought Flight, told in miniature form, to the Edinburgh International Festival
Edinburgh review: Meow Meow's Little Mermaid (The Hub)
Nautical but nice - Meow Meow's International Festival show makes quite a splash
Edinburgh review: Martin Creed: Words and Music (The Studio, Edinburgh International Festival)
The Turner Prize winner's one man show runs at the Edinburgh International Festival until 27 August
Edinburgh review: Krapp's Last Tape (Church Hill Theatre)
Barry McGovern stars as Krapp in this revival of Samuel Beckett's haunting play
Edinburgh review: Rhinoceros (Lyceum Theatre)
Townsfolk turn into rhinos in this new adaptation of Ionesco's absurdist classic running as part of the International Festival
Edinburgh review: Meet Me at Dawn (Traverse Theatre)
Zinnie Harris' riff on the Orpheus and Eurydice myth sees two women washed up on a beach after an accident