Losing Venice at the Orange Tree Theatre is a remarkable rediscovery by this ever-enterprising venue and is a well-crafted and elegantly written curiosity.
Invaluable and illuminating: Remarkably consistent in quality and generosity of spirit, Joyce McMillan’s Theatre in Scotland – A Field of Dreams, edited by Philip Howard, is vital to anyone seeking to understand Scotland’s cultural life in the last 30 years.
Theatre creativity threatened by ‘managerialism’ says McMillan:
It is ‘the long march of managerialism’, not government cuts, that threatens the vitality of Scottish theatre, according to Joyce McMillan.
Edinburgh Book Festival 2015 tickets go on sale tomorrow morning with a strong number of theatre-related events in the mix, including a talk with actor Alan Cumming about his memoir, Not My Father’s Son.