Welcome to Cristina’s Brain: Cristina Lark about Caution: Paul Levy talks to Cristina Lark about Deadline Ahead – A Comedy About Procrastination

              Paul Levy talks to Cristina Lark about Deadline Ahead – A Comedy About Procrastination. Cristina talks about where the idea for this solo show came from, as well as her fairly solo writing and development process. “Devised, new-writing comedy unlike any other. With this mix of different character […]


  Jo Tomalin talks to Neil Arthur James about Gothic Storytelling and creating Dandy Darkly’s All Aboard! “New York City’s critically acclaimed satirist and cult horror raconteur, Dandy Darkly, returns to the Fringe for another horrific, hysteric, late-night frolic. Join Dandy aboard the infamous Gaybird Steamer for the smartest, sleaziest ride of your life. Enjoy a […]


Jo Tomalin talks to Ailin Conant, Artistic Director of Theatre Témoin about their devising process based on research and developing their latest show Feed “Welcome to the stimulating world of Feed, where emotions are the currency, and your passions and fantasies will be indulged… for a price. Témoin return, bringing their vibrant visual style to […]


Jo Tomalin talks to Samantha Miles (Writer and Performer) and Simon Panay (Director) about developing a devised and compact family show – to tour on a low budget and The Search for a Black-Browed Albatross, produced by their company The Backpack Ensemble. “Coat? Check. Tent? Check. A father’s lifelong ambition to complete? Check. Charlie is about […]


Jo Tomalin talks to Yu Chia Huong, Director/Producer/Puppet maker, and puppeteer/mask performers Celine Yen Leh Tsang, Zailyn Cuevas, and Brenda Liz Lopez about creating a children’s Show:  A Cockroach and Furry Blurry Fluffy Things. “A sad and lonely cockroach climbs out from a cardboard box; she doesn’t know where she is and there in front […]


  Jo Tomalin talks to Alyone Ageeva from Physical Theatre PosleSlov about building Bridges between countries through Contemporary Russian art and their two new shows (Some)Body and Sky Labyrinths: “‘I looked up in the skies. The Sky river changed its bed’ (Hattori Ransetsu). Once in a lifetime Sky Labyrinths open to everyone, but not everyone […]


In this first of two interviews, Jo Tomalin talks to Matthew Roberts about writing and producing a one man show, and his latest show, Canoe. “Fatherhood. A fatal canoe accident. ‘Who are we now, we don’t have kids? A couple come face-to-face with the powerlessness of parenthood. For Director/Dramaturg Struan Leslie, diversity is the name […]


              Guest interviewer Daniel Cainer (Whose   talks to director Kate Valentine from Digital Drama about Fast. “Washington State, 1910. “Doctor” Linda Hazzard opens her sanatorium to the public. The public do not always survive… Fast by Kate Barton is a new dark psychological drama based on true events. Complex, […]


            Paul Levy talks to Robert Peacock about The Wee Review. The Wee Review, once known as TV Bomb,  is ‘Scotland’s online arts and culture magazine’. Editor, Robert Peacock shares his vision of the magazine, tells about its role at the Edinburgh Fringe, the ethos for reviewing and how he […]


              Paul Levy talks to Assistant Producer Molly Merwin (amidt the noise of a stapler attaching favourable reviews in the show’s Flyers) about Dangerous Giant Animals, which is written and performed by Christina Murdock. “A kick. A scream. A tantrum. With a disabled sister, what’s allowed? What’s forbidden? Dangerous […]


Bringing New Work to Edinburgh: Donald C Stewart talks to Jenna May Hobbs of White Slate Theatre

Since their debut in 2014, White Slate Theatre, a female led company out of Canterbury, has brought three shows up to Edinburgh, their latest being Re: Production. White Slate is a collaborative effort between playwright Jenna May Hobbs and Director Suzanna Ward. Here Jenna talks of how the company began, developed and finds itself back at Edinburgh with a new […]


Writer, Kat Woods, past winner of a FringReview Outstanding Theatre Award for Belfast Boy, talks to Paul Levy about a new autobiographical piece, KillyMuck. “Inspired by real events, Killymuck is a housing estate built on a paupers graveyard in 1970s Ireland. Niamh navigates life through the parameters of growing up, with the trials and tribulations […]


Jo Tomalin talks to Miro Kokenov about The Burning Gadulka, written by Rayko Baychev – and his experiences performing in theatre and a Solo Storytelling show. “Following a series of failures at music festivals, a Bulgarian musician faces a midlife crisis. Is his lifelong love affair with his instrument, the gadulka, about to be challenged […]


            Paul Levy talks to Rosy Carrick about Passionate Machine. How do you explore time travel through theatre? How can a play involving time travel help a theatremaker to tell their own story? “Remember P.E. kit. Cancel Free Trial. Call mum. Everyone writes instructions to their future selves. But what […]


As part of the Women of the Fringe Networking Event 2018 Luke Tudball chats to Valentina, Producer of Onstage Dating, about live dating events, audience interaction and producing at the Fringe. “Bron is going on first dates. Live onstage. Featuring a different person each night, this hilarious and award-winning show has thrilled at festivals all […]


  Luke Tudball talks with members of the company of Your Alice at the Women of the Fringe event about Fantasy, Reality, Personal Relationships, and Translating Classic Literature for the Edinburgh Fringe. “On the Golden Afternoon, Charles Dodgson (pen name Lewis Carroll) tells his child muse, Alice, her favourite story for the last time. Your […]


Luke Tudball catches up with the company of Social Media Suicide – a new solo comedy show in the Free Festival Fringe and talks about marketing, online presence, and Instagram parties. “@izzybaby1991: ‘You’re invited to a very special 27th birthday party. One I promise you won’t forget!’ Social Media Suicide is a dakly comic one-woman […]


              Paul Levy talks to Stephen Linstead about Black Snow. “A screening of multi award-winning film Black Snow, about the legacy of Britain’s biggest ever mining disaster (Barnsley, 1866), and how a community absorbed that heritage into their lives today. This uplifting show, with songs, laughter, some tears, is a […]


Luke Tudball and Heather Bagnall from Tasty Monster Productions talk to guest interviewer Joanne Allan from Theatraverse, whose own show, Monsieur Somebody, is at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018,  about Falkland – The War the World Forgot Listen to our interview with Luke Tudball and Heather Bagnall about Falkland – The War the World Forgot  


              How do you make award-winning Solo Theatre: Paul Levy talks to actor and playwright Joanne Hartstone about That Daring Australian Girl and The Girl Who Jumped Off the Hollywood Sign. Joanne is back at the Fringe with a new show, and also brings back her successful show from 2017. […]


Joanne Allan talks with Jo Tomalin about developing bilingual plays, directing them and Monsieur Somebody, their latest production. “What’s the biggest lie you’ve ever told? The biggest secret you’ve ever kept? Claude the fraud is a deliciously despicable Frenchman that we love to hate, hate to love… But who could possibly love Claude? An absurdly […]


Ben Pettitt-Wade, Artistic Director of Hijinx Theatre talks about his inclusive company since he started it and how it continues developing today. “Paris. 1650-ish. Impotence is illegal. When a member of the aristocracy is accused of being less than upstanding, his wounded pride leads him towards a monumental and very public flop. But can a […]