We are delighted to welcome our regular bloggers in Edinburgh and Scotland, year-round and during the Fringe.
They share their thoughts and experiences, offering unique insights into the world of theatre and arts-making.
Our Year-Round Scottish Reviewer
Donald Stewart’s blog – year-round and now focused on the Fringe in Edinburgh.
Below are our guest bloggers archive.
We will soon be welcoming our 2018 bloggers for Edinburgh Fringe.
Our first guest blog for 2018 comes from Jolie Booth from Kriya Arts…
Read Jolie’s blog: Sisterhood – A play that is requesting I step up
We are delighted to welcome our guest bloger Natalie Cutler who bringe Not Yet Suffragette to the Fringe. Read it here: Hello Ed Fringe 2018 . . . Welcome to The Year Of The Woman
2017 Guest Blogs…
GUEST BLOG for the final week 2017
Gavin Robertson returns, with his new blog, It’s A-comin’ up fast…
The International Theatre Maker
Theatremaker and producer, Jolie Booth, shares her reflections on Producing a show for the British Council Showcase
The Improviser, Director and Performer
Andrew Allen shares his guest blog … Cast Iron Theatre at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017
The Artist-Performer and Free Fringe show maker
More bloggers will be joining iu in the run up to, and during the Fringe.
2016 Guest Blogs
Hip at the Fringe – the guest blog from Jolie Booth and Kriya Arts
Ashrow Talent Management: Back in Edinburgh, Searching for ‘Troublesome People’ – insights into an acting agency up at the Fringe –
Gavin is back with a new blog and and two shows, The Six-Sided Man. and the other, an exciting new comedy piece is intriguingly titled: Escape from the Planet of the Day that Time Forgot.
2015 Guest Blogs
Always Distracted – the guest blog of Cast Iron Theatre and Iron Clad Improv founder, Andrew Allen
Go Interactive – Live Games at the Fringe – our comedy guest blogger is Tommy Croft from Jollyboat.
Tasty Monster’s Tempting Tidbits – bringing a new children’s theatre show to the Fringe, Heather Bagnall and Luke Tudball share their fringe journey
We’ll be adding more bloggers in the run up to the Fringe.
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