As part of our new series, Tom Stade tells us about good decisions, bad decisions, and complaining about the English...
You rarely see animals in circuses these days.
It's not every nightclub waitress who gets her first Edinburgh Festival Fringe play directed by a star of seminal TV sit-com, Friends.
Philharmonic of Wit
Catriona Knox Thinks She's Hard Enough
Men in the Cities
Nicholas Parsons' Happy Hour
The Edinburgh Festival is finally upon us! Hurray!
In the sixth of our new series, Christian O'Connell tells us about his Fringe show and how he likes to Greco-Roman wrestle to wind down...
An Aladdin's Cave of dancing gems - contemporary, traditional, camp and even haka among them - is just a step away from the main thoroughfare on Edinburgh's Grassmarket.
WHEN the forthcoming Scottish Independence Referendum was first mooted several years ago, John McCann wondered why no-one was talking about it.
Frank Skinner does not need the money, the cash, or the fame.
'The word 'Brazil' means burning embers," says theatre director Georgette Fadel.
Who would have believed in the second decade of the 21st century Nancy Dell'Olio would still be adding to the gaiety of Britain?
I'm a nice person," Daniel Sloss - comedian, young person, sometime teller of jokes about bodily functions, XBox obsessive, possibly soon-to-be American TV star - is telling me as we sit in the slightly messy living room of his house in Edinburgh.
Succession is never easy.
Rona Munro was a little girl when she first fell in love with history.
400,000 visitors help theatres boost income
In the fifth of our new series, Lucie Pohl tells us about her Fringe show and why she loves Cumbernauld.
DEAD legends come with a warning sign attached for any actor even considering playing them.
Stirling Castle hosts Sense And Sensibility
If you are a fan of TV panel shows, it's likely you've come across Romesh Ranganathan on the box this year.
The bones of the story are exactly that:
Merchant City Festival