Troma, SuperTed, sexy rabbits and Match of the Day: a look at how VHS shaped our cultural memories.
A party. An embrace. An exorcism. Collective reflections on this year’s programme.
Postcards from the Fringe: running late, Edinburgh toilet strategy and Hot Dub Time Machine.
Gleeful, knackered abandon.
Postcards from Edinburgh: surprises, tiredness and romance.
Humane, poetic rage.
Postcards from Edinburgh: Megabus, street theatre, the TEAM. And rain. Lots of rain.
“This fucking city, right? This fucking city.” An Edinburgh Fringe scrapbook, of sorts.
Our writers explore the role of the visual in theatre.
Our writers celebrate theatre at its most happy-making.
Music and memory: five uses of music on stage which left an impression on our writers.
Siddhartha Bose on drawing on Hindu myth and memory for his new show The Shroud.
Pure theatrical chills: six moments of truly unnerving theatre.
Five recent productions we feel were underappreciated by the critics (us included). .
The FIRST Festival at Tristan Bates Theatre and what it means to be a solo performer.