by Felicity Collier
JEREMY CORBYN pledged on Saturday that a Labour government will invest £1 billion in the arts.
Labour would set up the biggest ever arts infrastructure fund in Britain, Mr Corbyn said during an appearance at this weekend’s Edinburgh...
Tuesday 29th Aug 2017
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CHRIS BARTTER reviews comedy and music at the Edinburgh Festival
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Memory, migration and a male Holocaust are key concerns in the shows covered by our critics at this year’s international and fringe festivals
Thursday 17th Aug 2017
Gordon Parsons reviews the fringe offerings at the Traverse Theatre
Wednesday 16th Aug 2017
GreekEdinburgh Festival Theatre4/5
THE PERVASIVE element of Greek tragedy running through Edinburgh’s main festival programme gets a striking send-off with this revival of Mark-Anthony Turnage’s 1988 chamber opera, based on Stephen Berkoff’s scalding...
Thursday 10th Aug 2017
Fringe frivolity is often more entertaining for performers than audiences. But there are exceptions, reports GORDON PARSONS
Saturday 20th Aug 2016
GORDON PARSONS is struck by a punchy French adaptation of Twelfth Night
Wednesday 17th Aug 2016
Weimar CabaretThe Usher HallEdinburgh International Festival5/5
Barry Humphries divests himself of his Dame Edna persona to compere what must be one of the most delightful shows in the Edinburgh...
Thursday 11th Aug 2016
If you’re at the Edinburgh festival in the next few weeks, Ian Saville’s latest is one not to miss, says PETER FROST
Thursday 4th Aug 2016
Chris Bartter's Edinburgh festival round-up
Tuesday 1st Sep 2015