Latest Features

Gaza: Reaching out to the world through art

Rosenna East

Amid the hell of bombardment and death, one trapped Palestinian teenager dreams of making music on an international stage.

Eddie Marsan: "At 15 I got caught up with a religious sect"

Jane Graham

Ray Donovan star Eddie Marsan on joining a "manipulative" religious group - and the man that became his father figure

Peter Capaldi

Peter Capaldi: "My Doctor Who is more mysterious..."

Adrian Lobb

Peter Capaldi has has waited a lifetime to play Doctor Who. And he already knows how to work the TARDIS...

Christian O’Connell

Christian O’Connell: Why Peppa Pig is evil

"Daddy Pig is a loving, hard-working father - but he is subject to abuse from Peppa Pig and family every single episode"

Extra special fun on the set of God Help The Girl

Adrian Lobb

Adrian Lobb moved to Glasgow, and found himself making his movie debut in God Help The Girl

"Those in need are fought over daily, turning government to bluffing and failing, when they should be governing"
"Address the issue of numbers, yes - but we need people coming here to do jobs that Britons can’t or won’t"
“I’m hoping to get on a counselling course. I feel I can help others going through the same things I did"
John Bird
David Cameron called him one of his heroes. Now you can come hear John Bird speak at the Edinburgh Fringe for free
First-team stars from Edinburgh Rugby swapped the Murrayfield green for the city streets to sell The Big Issue
“I am glad to be able to help draw attention to the great work The Big Issue do,” says Grant Nicholas
James had a copy of The Big Issue signed by new Time Lord Peter Capaldi - and you could win it!

Latest Reviews

Edinburgh 2014: Julian Cope

Vicky Carroll
4

Charming, witty, fiendishly bonkers Odinesque joy amid the genteel book fest scone vibe

Edinburgh 2014: James III - The True Mirror

David Pollock
4

A last-ditch plea to a nation delivered with passion and intensity

The Pure, The Dead and The Brilliant review

Andrew Burns
4

"The play makes no illusions of its partisan, pro-independence nature and offers a extraordinary take on the saturated indyref conversation"