April 1, 2015
Producers demand cash for Scottish film industry.
Police seek closure of Arches.
Zinnie Harris joins Traverse as associate director.
Record ticket sales for EIF.
Ayr Gaiety Theatre secures extra £590k towards £2.4m refurb.
Fringe Summerhall director Rupert Thomson leaves post.
The dates dilemma facing the EIFF.
Edinburgh Art Festival announces 2015 programme.
'The inspirational March of Women'
'The importance of Creative Carbon'
Edinburgh film festival considers August start.
Broadcasts of Edinburgh Festival set to go global.
Imaginate Festival launches 2015 programme.
Ian Rankin returns to Rebus.
'Edinburgh needs to nurture culture'.
What next for the Creative Scotland funding losers?
Scottish Symphony Orchestra names new conductor.
Julie Ellen named as Macrobert's new artistic director.
£2.25m for Edinburgh's festivals.
Chosen Edinburgh Fringe campsite is eight miles from city centre.
Nicola McCartney--New Plays from Russia and Ukraine.
Hidden Door is go!
House that inspired Peter Pan wins restoration cash.
£1.3m awarded as part of Creative Scotland's new funding route.
Theatre to be protected from Scottish sex licensing plans.
Outlander available to UK viewers from March 2015.
Ladyboys lose Edinburgh fringe site to Underbelly.
Stars back T in the Park move to Strathallen Castle.
Scottish film industry 'left to wither' and lags behind neighbours, Holyrood finds.
T in the Park account 2015 line-up.
Makers of The Angels' Share to adapt Beats.
Crowdfunding joy for Singing Kettle.