Edinburgh

Bucket List feels more vivid in London than it did in Edinburgh
By Nir Paldi
Writer and director of Theatre Ad Infinitum's Bucket List Nir Paldi explains how he came to create a show about capitalism and Mexican people, and why it's still such a relevant subject
John Tiffany: I didn't want to be the person that made Harry Potter boring
As his hit production of The Glass Menagerie opens in London, the director explains why Tennessee Williams' play is so relevant and looks back at his work on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Underbelly file application for new theatre in Marble Arch
The theatre company hope to bring their production of Five Guys Named Moe to the capital
Underbelly's theatre on Embankment halted
Plans for a 650-seater theatre at Victoria Embankment Gardens have been put on hold
How I become Trump on stage each night
By Simon Jay
Simon Jay on Trumpageddon, his satirical show about the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump
John Tiffany's The Glass Menagerie to transfer to the West End
Cherry Jones will reprise her role in the production of Tennessee Williams' play
Review: The Suppliant Women (Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh)
David Greig gives Aeschylus' ancient play a modern re-working in Edinburgh
Review: Christeene: Trigger (Soho Theatre)
Paul Soileau's Christeene is a dark, provocative drag act
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