Forest Fringe

Catherine Love: Do more theatres mean more choice for theatregoers?
There are pros and cons to the ever-increasing variation of performance spaces
Catherine Love: Edinburgh Fringe Diary #3
The pleasure of revisiting shows and companies on the Fringe
Catherine Love's Edinburgh Fringe Diary #2
Taking time out on the Fringe with intimate performances
Catherine Love: Surprising spaces and blurred genres at Latitude
This year's Latitude festival once again offers genre defying performance in surprising spaces - something that theatre elsewhere might be able to learn from
Are micro-festivals a help or hindrance for the Edinburgh Fringe?
An increasing number of festivals-within-the-Festival pose new challenges and opportunities
Catherine Love: My top Edinburgh Fringe picks
In addition to our top picks, Catherine Love combs through the Fringe programme with her highlighter to offer some more recommendations
Catherine Love: What's theatre worth?
While the economic case for the arts dominates discussion, some theatre-makers are vitally questioning the different ways in which we value theatrical experiences
Catherine Love: Looking backwards, looking forwards
Catherine Love shares her highlights of 2013 and looks ahead at the theatre on offer all over the country in the next 12 months
I Wish I Was Lonely (Edinburgh Fringe)
This show at Forest Fringe asks 'how much of ourselves we've given up to the new Gods in our pockets'
Seven things to see at Latitude this weekend
Besides music headliners Bloc Party, Kraftwerk and Foals, there's a host of theatre to enjoy at this weekend's Latitude Festival, which runs from Thursday (18 July) until Sunday in Henham Park in Suffolk