Art Culture

An interview with Colours of Edinburgh

Colours of Edinburgh – a group named for the ‘positiveness’ that colours represent – is an initiative which runs exhibitions to raise money for charities supporting refugees, but to also share their stories. A research team selects interviews with newcomers and refugees and creates a package to send to artists across the world to inspire […]

Fringe Interview

An Interview with: Bare Production’s You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown

If you grew up reading the Peanuts comic strips or watching the TV show, this musical is for you. You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown is a joyful, energetic production from new Edinburgh theatre company Bare Productions that celebrates an icon. Sitting down with director Dominic James Lewis and Cameron Kirkby (who plays Charlie Brown), […]

Culture Theatre

Introducing: Romance of the stage and screen – Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor

Potentially the most glamorously chaotic relationship to appear on and off the stage and screen, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton’s multiple marriages and torrid affairs are an iconic aspect of theatre and how romance can dominate the performances of much loved icons. Whether you recognise them as Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra or George and Martha […]