July 29, 2015
Ambitious season marks Citizens' Theatre anniversary.
Fringe society defrauded of £200,000.
Perth Theatre's £16m restoration plans unveiled.
Map of Scottish film locations launched.
Edinburgh Jazz Festival sees record ticket sales.
Top comic says Fringe acts face 'impossible' odds.
Interview: Chris Carter.
Abbey poaches NTS duo.
Village Pub Theatre announce Fringe shows.
James Tait Black Prize shortlist unveiled.
Emma Thompson: sexism in acting industry is worse than ever.
Billy Connolly forced to give up banjo.
'Love your arts job? It doesn't mean you shouldn't be properly paid.'
Letter: On tour with the remarkable Elizabeth MacLennan.
Bryony Kimmings to give opening Fringe address.
Kelpies officially opened.
Edinburgh film scene to get its own tour guides.
Scottish Opera musicians look ahead with McOpera.
Unruly Wonders--Bard in the Botanics 2015.
'There's a Fringe show for that'.
EIFF attendance up.
45 Years wins Michael Powell Award at EIFF.
Without reliable data, we can't judge funding levels.
James Plays returns for UK tour.
Hyslop pledges new funding to Scots film industry.
Citz announces new autumn season.
Leicester Curve to support Fringe musical award.
Administrators cut 129 jobs at Arches.
Citizens Theatre's autumn season.
'Overarching need for Arches solution'
'Women in the frame at film festival'
'Fiction can tell truths too'
'Working class actors need support'