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April 29, 2019

Edinburgh's first purpose-built performance venue in more than 100 years wins planning permission.

Musical delights and gorgeous animation to hit St Andrew Square.

Interviews: Hugh Bonneville, Lily Collins, Mads Mikkelsen.

April 18, 2019

Mike Griffiths joins Lyceum.

Jessie Buckley to perform song from Wild Rose soundtrack in Glasgow gig.

Interviews: Tara Fitzgerald, Chloe Grace Moretz, Asia O'Hara, Maxine Peake, Astra Taylor.

April 15, 2019

Reactions to Electric Fields festival move: BBC, The Scotsman.

Promoter's Hollywood Bowl vision for Princes Street Gardens.

Edinburgh concert hall needed to 'balance city's business and culture'.

Pleasance announces £140k of Edinburgh awards for 2019 fringe.

A critic's guide to cheap theatre tickets.

Interviews: Brian Cox, Cherry Jones, Alessandro Nivola, Issa Rae.

April 11, 2019

Jackie Bird reveals she has quit Reporting Scotland.

Pop-up plays to be staged on CalMac ferries for celebration of coasts and waters.

Morven Masterton on Doc'nRoll.

New Dundee anthem becomes NTS's first music single.

Interviews: Bo Burnham, Udo Kier, Sam Rockwell, Andrew Scott, S Craig Zahler.

April 04, 2019

Edinburgh Festival Theatre birthday bash.

EIF: New strand of You Are Here; David Greig 'blasts' Sir James MacMillan over "hypocrisy"; Sir Ian McKellen fans furious as they miss out on tickets.

Sarah Balfour: Macrobert In project co-ordinator.

Interviews: Jessie Buckley, Callum Easter, Jonah Hill, Sophie Laplane, Tsai Ming-Liang, Anna Morris, Louise Redknapp, Sharon Rooney, Julian Schnabel, Kelly Macdonald--twice and Alice Rohrwacher--twice.

March 27, 2019

EIF announce 2019 programme: BBC, The Guardian, The Scotsman, The Stage; director fears impact of travel chaos in event of no-deal Brexit.

Rapture Theatre finds winning recipe for lunchtime theatre.

Grayson Perry makes Scottish debut at art festival.

Scots woman who was Hollywood's highest-paid female screenwriter.

Edinburgh Art Festival 2019--some of the highlights.

Interviews: Joan Cleville, Kirsty Gunn, Rachel Jackson, Guz Khan, Nicole Kidman, Kelly Macdonald, Stephen Mangan, Jordan Peele, Sharon Rooney, Gemma Whelan and Larry Cohen.

March 15, 2019

Scotland's £90m annual funding to be scrutinised by culture committee.

Oor Wullie to go on musical tour around Scotland.

Edinburgh Film Festival launches 60 Second Film competition.

Interviews: Simon Amstell-twice, Noel Clarke, Andrew Garfield, Paul Michael Henry, Bing Liu, Daniel Mays, Rose McGowan, David Roberts Mitchell.

March 08, 2019

Citizens Theatre revamp rescued after £1m bail-out.

V&A urged to give back £500k from opioid billionaires.

Edinburgh Fringe launches put-up-a-performer campaign to tackle living costs.

Interviews: Richard Billingham, Jasper Carrott, Patricia Clarkson, Monica Dolan, Nick Frost, Taraji P Henson, Jessica Raine, Hans Zimmer and Dame Esther Rantzen.

March 06, 2019

En Point: 50 Years of Scottish Ballet.

New BBC channel attracts one in three Scots in first week.

C Venues loses second Edinburgh Fringe home in less than a month.

Plans for one of Edinburgh's biggest new parks in over a century revealed.

First Cryptic Nights of 2019.

Interviews: Maggie Gyllenhaal--twice, JO Morgan.

February 27, 2019

New BBC Scotland channel attracts 700,000 audience peak on first night.

Cathy Boyd--Cryptic at 25.

Interviews: Zawe Ashton, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Glenda Jackson, Nish Kumar, Monica Lewinsky, Samuel Maoz, Bill Paterson, Charlotte Rampling, Andrew Scott, Fiona Shaw.

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