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Interview: David O’Reilly on One Man, Two Guvnors

Interview: David O’Reilly appears as Francis Henshall in the Tony award-winning farce One Man, Two Guvnors which is being staged in a new production in September

Interview: Tom Milligan on World’s End at The King’s Head Theatre

Interview: Tom Milligan talks about World’s End at the King’s Head Theatre and how playing Ben in James Corley’s new play compares to his time in Harry Potter and The Cursed Child.

Interview: Kieran Hodgson on The Tales of Kieran Hodgson

Interview: Kieran Hodgson talks to us about The Tales of Kieran Hodgson, as he revisits four of his most popular shows at The Soho Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe

Edinburgh Interview: Claudine Sinnett, Director of Devil of Choice

Claudine Sinnett originally graduated as an actor from the Arts Educational Drama school in London and now directs Devil of Choice at Edinburgh Fringe

Edinburgh Interview: Sophie Duker on Venus

In her hotly anticipated full-fat woke debut hour Sophie Duker takes her audience on an unconventional journey of self-discovery

Edinburgh Interview: Sarah Keyworth on Pacific

Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee for Best Newcomer and winner of the Herald Angel Award, Sarah Keyworth returns with a brand-new hour of comedy

Edinburgh Interview: Cam Spence on The Sunshine Clinic

Cam Spence presents an explosive debut hour of idiosyncratic character comedy. 

Edinburgh Interview: Sketch Comedy Group Just These Please on Suitable

Just These Please are back at the Fringe with their brand new show, Suitable.

Edinburgh Interview: Richard Essien on Magical Bones: Black Magic

Richard Essien AKA Magical Bones, the star of international stage hit Impossible makes his much-anticipated Edinburgh Fringe debut.

Edinburgh Interview: Mark Nelson on Mark Nelson: Brexit Wounds

Award-winning stand-up renowned for brilliantly dark material and host of BBC Radio’s smash-hit The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected Mark Nelson tackles the political car crash of Brexit in this new Fringe show

Edinburgh Interview: Catherine Cohen on Catherine Cohen: The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous

Through original songs and stand-up, New York sensation Catherine Cohen explores life as an immortal millennial who is tragically unverified on Twitter

Edinburgh Interview: Joe Sutherland on Joe Sutherland: Sour

Joe Sutherland returns to the Fringe looking back at things we once loved which have now gone sour

Edinburgh Interview: Jack Chisnall and Joshua Dolphin on Moon: We Cannot Get Out

Jack Chisnall and Joshua Dolphin are performing Moon: We Cannot Get Out, but there’s a problem with their venue – it keeps trying to kill them!

Edinburgh Interview: Alice Snedden on Alice Snedden: Absolute Monster

After a sell-out debut in 2018, New Zealand's Alice Snedden returns to Edinburgh with Alice Snedden: Absolute Monster

Interview: Maynard Eziashi on Barber Shop Chronicles

Interview: Maynard Eziashi on Barber Shop Chronicles