An Edinburgh Festival play adapted and written by Syrian refugees living in Glasgow will go ahead despite funding fears.
The returning stage version of Fleabag will be broadcast in cinemas around the world, it has been announced.
Edinburgh Fringe play Fulfilment combines Bunraku puppetry with real-life tales from within Amazon centres
A theatre production heading for this year's Edinburgh Fringe will tell the real-life stories of workers in Amazon distribution depots.
Playwright Eve Nicol on transforming Belle and Sebastian’s iconic If You’re Feeling Sinister album into a heist for Edinburgh Fringe play
When it comes to inspiring a stage production in the style of a heist movie, a Belle and Sebastian album from the 1990s may not immediately spring to mind as the starting point.
Former Hollyoaks star Daisy Wood-Davis talks TV, cookery and life on the road as she stars in the 50th anniversary tour of Hair The Musical.
Strictly star Gorka Marquez will never forget the moment that changed his life forever – and how he almost missed out because he was on the other side of the world at the time.
Having contributed so much to ’80s pop culture, Kate Robbins is the perfect fit for Club Tropicana, a new musical set in the decade.
Life according to… Lesley Joseph: Birds of a Feather stars talks panto, meeting the Pope and baring all in Calendar Girls The Musical
Only Fools And Horses star Gwyneth Strong was delighted to finally get the chance to star in The Mousetrap
Only Fools And Horses star Gwyneth Strong had never got round to seeing The Mousetrap – now she’s starring in it.
A Broadway star has unveiled a new scholarship to support the next generation of musical theatre talent in Scotland.
Multi-sensory show brings theatre experience to Scots with profound and multiple learning difficulties
From leafblowers to vibrating rockpools, a show touring Scotland is doing all it can to make theatre accessible to those who might not normally have the chance to experience it.