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Interview with Playwright Katie Fraser ahead of her Traverse Theatre debut, ‘Play Pretend’

Katie Fraser is one of the most exciting Scottish female playwrights emerging onto the theatre scene in recent years. Having completed the MSc in Playwriting program at the University of…

Scottish female creativity: a profile of Eilidh Loan

Female playwright Eilidh Loan shows that the future of theatre is bright. Returning after its sold out run in 2022, ‘Moorcraft’, written and directed by Eilidh Loan, will feature on…

Three Up and Coming Scottish Playwrights

Scotland has a long and rich history when it comes to developing and championing performingarts, despite the most recent years where the theatre sector’s funding and support continues todwindle. The…

KlangHaus: the company making worlds we do not imagine

Its one of the first few days of Fringe. I’ve just run a few blocks to get to Summerhall because another show ran late. I’m out of breath, slightly sweating,…

Fringe 2023: When We Died

Plays exploring themes of sexual violence against women are becoming increasingly common, especially on the one woman show circuit over Edinburgh Fringe. This fact is both a blessing a curse:…

Fringe 2023: YOU ARE GOING TO DIE

Following the critical and commercial success of THIS IS NOT CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT, Adam Scott-Rowley returns with an equally spellbinding one-man show: YOU ARE GOING TO DIE. A physical triumph, this…

Fringe 2023: Strategic Love Play

How many times have you sat at home, bored, absentmindedly swiping through the hundreds of faces on Tinder, or Bumble, or Feeld? How many texts have you exchanged with a…

Fringe 2023: Slash

As a retired One Direction Wattpad fan fiction writer, Slash was one of the first plays on my list this Edinburgh Fringe. New York duo Leah Hennessey and Emily Allan…