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Culture, Clore and more: Lindsay Dunbar on the Clore Fellowship

Each year, 25 individuals from across the cultural sector take part in the Clore Fellowship - a programme of leadership development tailored to the individual. One of the Clore Fellows for 2017/18 is Lindsay Dunbar, the founder of Play Pieces Arts. Here, she describes her experience as a fellow so (...)

Meet the students challenging perceptions with new accessible stage adaptation

A group of students have taken a unique stage adaptation on tour, promoting inclusion in the arts by challenging perceptions and celebrating diversity.

Creative Europe pushes forward with arts funding

In March 2017, Creative Europe caught up with Fiona Ferguson from Imaginate to talk about PUSH: a two-year, small Cooperation Project led by Imaginate (Scotland) in partnership with CCHA (Belgium), The Ark (Ireland), Scenekunstbruket (Norway) and Åbendans (Denmark), for which it received €168,655.

Saving the world (...ish) at Chrysalis Youth Theatre Festival

We speak to writer and director Nicholas Barton-Wines, whose production "How to Save the World...ish" will feature at the Chrysalis Youth Theatre Festival from Friday 17 November.

Rapture Theatre gears up for Streetcar Named Desire 70th anniversary tour

This autumn, Rapture Theatre’s new production of the iconic American masterpiece, Streetcar Named Desire, will transport Scottish audiences to the sultry surroundings of New Orleans. A Pulitzer-prize-winning play by Tennessee Williams, this new production features a cast of ten top class performers. Under Michael Emans’ direction, it swiftly on his (...)

Hacking the Android Circuit

Bob Moyler's adaptation of Tom McGrath's sci-fi comedy, The Android Circuit, is a unique fusion of science and theatre. We hacked Bob's neural networks to find out more about the production, his inspiration, and the challenges of working with robots.

Glasgow-based theatre-makers bring Daphne Oram's legacy to life

From 10 May to 2 June, the award-winning Blood of the Young present their first touring stage production ‘Daphne Oram’s Wonderful World of Sound’.

Music is Torture

Music is Torture is a new piece of darkly comic, gig-theatre featuring live music and new songs by Glasgow art-poppers A Band Called Quinn.

Iconic role is a homecoming joy for leading lady Sara

Next week sees the classic play "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" depart on a tour across Scotland. We found some time to chat to lead actress Sara Stewart about the production, her career so far, and why this role holds particular significance.

Science in the Spotlight: Cosmonaut

Co-commissioned by Edinburgh International Science Festival and supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund, we speak to writer Francis Gallop about new piece Cosmonaut.