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April 05, 2023

Glasgow's Pavilion theatre sold to London company.

Theatre etiquette in the spotlight--Edinburgh Playhouse staff scared over rising abuse.

March 19, 2023

Week of March 20, 2023

Bafta TV Awards nominations.

Brunton goes dark to June.

Small Faces star returns in film sequel 30 years on.

December 01, 2021

Results at the Scottish Baftas.

New Dunard Centre concert hall to be built in Edinburgh.

July 07, 2020

Funding for the arts: £10m for theatre; £97m for Scottish culture.

Glasgow Live warns services face uncertain future.

Leith Theatre to remain closed until spring of next year.

Gilded Balloon launches summer season of online comedy.

The Lyceum is all wrapped up.

June 29, 2020

Hydro arena may remain closed until end of 2021.

Pitlochry theatre job losses and threat to 6,900 creative posts across Scotland sparks call for emergency recovery fund.

June 17, 2020

Edinburgh international festival announces citywide Ghost Lights celebration.

£1.25m 'life raft' for EdFringe.

Stranded at the Drive-In?--Circuses and Bread: A Crash-Course for the Ravers.

"Hibernation" for Lyceum; 'Dear Lyceum,'.

April 01, 2020

Edinburgh festivals cancelled due to coronavirus; Edinburgh festival's cancellation will be felt not just around the city but the world.

Pitlochry postpones summer season.

January 21, 2020

Disney+ to launch a week earlier than planned in the UK.

The Lion King extends Edinburgh Playhouse run into April.

Horsecross Arts board mass resignation after critical report.

August 11, 2019

Still Game was most-watched Scottish show of 2018.

Performers fear rising rents threaten future of Edinburgh fringe.

Interviews: Pedro Almodovar, Suzanne Andrade, Ken Burns, Kim Cattrall, Colin Cloud, David Edgar, Rupert Everett, Joseph Gilgun, Nathaniel Hall, Robert Icke, Natasha Lyonne, Eve Nicol, Rebecca Perry, Alia Shawkat--twice, Stef Smith, Meghan Tyler.

July 19, 2019

Mark Ronson to headline Edinburgh Hogmanay: BBC, The Skinny.

Traverse Theatre overhauls leadership structure with introduction of new creative development role.

Scottish theatre directors call for help in improving development opportunities.

Why TRNSMT is 'the gate to success' for Scottish acts.

BritBox: ITV and BBC set out plans for new streaming service.

Opinion: The comedians are ready and so are the crowds...but where are the Edinburgh critics?

Interviews: Alec Baldwin, Oona Doherty, David Hare, Danny MacAskill.

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