March 2, 2015
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.
BAFTAs 2015: the winners.
'The worrying trend behind Class Act'
'What next for the Creative Scotland losers?'
Greenock's Beacon bailed out with £2.5m package.
New £3m funding boost for Scots film industry.
Research throws spotlight on theatregoing habits of Scottish audiences.
'All change at Edinburgh International Festival'
Interview: Elaine Constantine.
Record audiences at Celtic Connections festival.
Hidden Door 2015 announced.
Outlander success belies lack of investment.
Rural Scottish cinemas get Hollywood treatment.
The Libertines to headling T in the Park 2015.
Edinburgh Festival boss calls on city to renew vow.
'The playwright's still the thing'.
Helen Macdonald wins Costa Book of the Year 2014.
Nicola Sturgeon urged to act on Scots film crisis.
Event Cinema: The Way Forward for Film Festivals?
Taskforce call for Scotland's ailing film industry.
St Stephen's to be run by Sell A Door.
RockNess cancelled for second year running.
Susannah Armitage--Producing A Play, a Pie and a Pint.
Interview: Joaquin Phoenix.