Reflecting on Crisis: A Rallying Cry

Angus, Kit and Josh from Crisis: A Rallying Cry, an Open Funded-project, spoke to us about the best parts of their experience, their biggest challenges, and how they would describe the whole thing in just 3 words.

Meet the multi-disciplinary artist behind We Eagerly Await Your Complete Submission

Sweætshops® is a multidisciplinary artist based in Aberdeen, and is winner of the BUZZCUT Emergent Artist Award. Learn more about their project, We Eagerly Await Your Complete Submission, which was a recent recipient of Open Project Funding.

Surge: Breaking down barriers through street arts and physical theatre

Surge runs projects to develop street arts, physical theatre and circus in Scotland. We speak to Melanie Jordan, Physical Theatre Practitioner at Surge, on the importance of street theatre and their recent trip to Chongqing in China.

Catching up with the Touring Network

We had the pleasure of catching up with Jo McLean, Chief Executive Officer of the Touring Network, to talk about the journey the organisation has been on since we last spoke, as well as the future of the organisation.

Hi, My Name is Ben: The new musical's journey from New York to Dundee (and back again)

Following the news that Hi, My Name is Ben has been selected for the Annual Festival of New Musicals in New York, we caught up with Noisemaker's Scott Gilmour and Claire McKenzie, as well as Dundee Rep's Andrew Panton, about the process of creating this new transatlantic musical.

Rendition - immersive new work explores vulnerability and power through visual theatre

We speak to artistic director Freda O'Byrne about Rendition, a radical new visual theatre piece exploring human rights violations in the aftermath of 9/11.

The multi-lingual play that tells of a forgotten tragedy

Theatre Gu Leor Artistic Director Muireann Kelly shares the process of co-writing Scotties, a play about the young Irish potato pickers who tragically lost their lives in the Kirkintilloch bothy fire of 1937.

Get to know: Magnetic North

Magnetic North is an award-winning and much-loved theatre company based in Edinburgh.

Minerva Scientifica: Electric Voice Theatre bring together science, music and theatre

Minerva Scientifica is an enthralling, engaging multi-arts project from Electric Voice Theatre, which sets out to look at the links that exist between women scientists in history and the present day.

Manpower: A look at power, politics and England's working men

This autumn, Total Theatre Award winners Two Destination Language will be touring with Manpower: a new theatre piece, which explores men's life, expectations, work and economics in the years since Britain voted to be a part of Europe.