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Each August ThreeWeeks catches up with some of the people working behind the scenes at the Edinburgh Festival, and other veterans of the Fringe community, to find out about their projects, and what keeps them coming back to Edinburgh each August. You can read interviews with and columns by such people right here.
Edinburgh’s short-film strand returns
Edinburgh’s short-film strand returns

15 August 2013

Helping to ensure that pretty much every genre is represented at the world’s biggest cultural festival, CineFringe returns to Edinburgh this weekend for...

Matthew Young: No pale imitation
Matthew Young: No pale imitation

7 August 2013

There is plenty of music on in Edinburgh during the Festival, even if it gets overshadowed sometimes by all the theatre and comedy,...

Reaching out with a new identity: Just Festival
Reaching out with a new identity: Just Festival

6 August 2013

Edinburgh’s Festival Of Spirituality & Peace, which has been slowly growing during the city’s festival month for over a decade now, has a...

EIF director discusses his 2013 season - where art absorbs technological shifts
EIF director discusses his 2013 season - where art absorbs technological shifts

19 July 2013

While it’s easy to get lost in the Fringe programme alone, the Edinburgh International Festival boasts another impressive line up of theatre, music,...

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