Edinburgh International Festival

Matt Trueman: Edinburgh and the end of the world
Themes at this year's Edinburgh Festival included the apocalypse, masculinity and the inherent selfishness of art
Edinburgh Festival 2016: what we learnt
As the Edinburgh festival draws to a close, we look back over the mad month of August
Edinburgh review: The Toad Knew (King's Theatre)
A spectacularly ebullient piece from Swiss theatre-maker James Thiérrée at the Edinburgh International Festival
Sarah Crompton: It wasn't a vintage Edinburgh, but I had plenty of highlights
Sarah Crompton chooses her highlights of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year
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
Edinburgh review: Anything that Gives Off Light (Edinburgh International Conference Centre)
Rachel Chavkin and The TEAM's new show struggles to live up to its potential
Let's Talk About Sets: Kai Fischer on The Destroyed Room and Interiors
By Kai Fischer
The designer on his two shows in Vanishing Point's double bill at the Edinburgh International Festival
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
Edinburgh review: Shake (Lyceum Theatre)
Eat a Crocodile's take on Twelfth Night, performed as part of the Edinburgh International Festival, is whimsical and flawed
Let's Talk About Sets: Bob Crowley on The Glass Menagerie
By Bob Crowley
The Tony Award-winning designer explains the designs for his latest show, the five-star production of Tennessee Williams' memory play