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February 03, 2018

Creative Scotland's decision to axe funding defies logic; Creative Scotland--The Last Days?

Donald Shaw to 'step aside' as Celtic Connections artistic director; Record attendance for Glasgow's Celtic Connections.

Bill Forsyth and Mark Knopfler reunite for new Local Hero musical.

Interviews: Clint Eastwood, Greta Gerwig, Alex Gibney, Vicky Krieps, Josh O'Connor, Alexandra Roach, Margot Robbie.

January 31, 2018

Creative Scotland in emergency board meeting: All Edinburgh Theatre, The Scotsman; Scottish arts organisations criticise 'devastating' cuts to children's theatre; 'Climbdown may be only way out of funding cuts row'; John Byrne joins campaign; Scotland's theatre makers pen open letter; CS board members resign.

'Music of hope falling silent because of SNP cuts'.

Edinburgh concert arena put on hold over repairs row.

Interviews: Paul Thomas Anderson, Edith Bowman, Lesley Manville, Charlie Plummer, Lynne Ramsay, Margot Robbie.

January 25, 2018

Creative Scotland funding cut announced: All Edinburgh Theatre, The Scotsman, The Stage; Theatre companies hit out over cuts.

'Creative Scotland's creativity fail'; 'Creative Scotland funding announcement has caused outrage'.

Glasgow Film Festival launches 2018 programme: Daily Record, Little White Lies, The List, The Skinny, The Scotsman.

Interviews: Hayley Atwell, Jane Fallon, Joe McFadden.

January 22, 2018

Oscar nominations: BBC, Empire.

First World War centenary event to open EIF.

'What a drama! How conversation starters can build real connections.'

Interviews: Bryan Cranston--twice, Chris Hemsworth, Lu Kemp.

January 16, 2018

V&A Dundee to open in September with ocean liners exhibition.

Karen Gillan to be Edinburgh film festival's figurehead for young people.

Scottish festival organisers told they may have to rely on crowdfunding in future.

Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund to be opened up to Celtic Connections.

'Creativity can be taught to anyone. So why are we leaving it to private schools?'

Interviews: Joshua Bell, Hong Chau, Jaume Collett-Serra, Tim Licata, Nick Park, Aidan Smith.

January 09, 2018

Joanna Lumley to be new Bafta Film Awards host. Nominees announced: BBC, Empire, The Guardian, The Scotsman.

Creative Scotland's director of screen quits after less than four years.

Ofcom to assess plans for new BBC Scotland channel.

Greta Gerwig and Mira Sorvino on Woody Allen.

Interviews: Alison Brie, Julie Delpy, Esther Rantzen, Andrey Zvyagintsev and Martin McDonagh--twice.

January 01, 2018

Celtic Connections fears Brexit will cut global ties.

Glasgow Film Festival to open with new Wes Anderson film: The List, The Scotsman.

Dennis the Menace rebranded as kinder Beano character.

Stephen Fry steps down as Bafta host; Bafta to 'shine spotlight' on harassment scandal.

Interviews: Awkwafina, Christian Bale, Woody Harrelson, Caleb Landry Jones, Tracy Letts, Terry O'Neill, Alexander Payne, Samantha Power, Florence Pugh, Derek Riddell, Ridley Scott, Aaron Sorkin, Mike White.

December 19, 2017

Creative Scotland wins extra funding to offset lottery slump.

Fife to become new hub for the horror film industry.

John Durnin--Leaving Pitlochry Festival Theatre.

Caitlin Skinner and James Ley on taking Leith's Village Pub Theatre to the next level.

New charity to offer financial support to Scottish performing arts students.

Interviews: Gregory Batsleer, Jon Bernthal, Jessica Chastain, Glenn Close, Minnie Driver, Karen Fishwick, Yolanda Kettle, Hayley Squires, Aaron Sorkin, Emily Watson.

December 11, 2017

Walt Disney buys Murdoch's Fox for $52bn.

Screen unit aims to double the value of film production in Scotland.

Horsecross Arts chief executive steps down.

The Citizens' Theatre company prepares to hit the road as its Gorbals home gets a major refit.

Interviews: Stuart Braithwaite, Mark Hamill, Rosamund Pike.

December 06, 2017

Open letter warns of 'severe impact' on economy if arts cuts are imposed.

National Gallery revamp going over budget; £25m plan to replace Edinburgh bandstand in turmoil.

The Killers to headline final day of TRNSMT festival.

Firefighters' surprise role in Perth Theatre panto.

Interviews: Peter Bradshaw, Adam Driver, Griffin Dunne, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jodie Foster, Miranda Richardson, Esther Yoo.

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