Theatre coverage from Edinburgh 2015

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The Edinburgh Festival is the world’s greatest theatre fest. You will find grand theatrical productions in the Edinburgh International Festival, though it is the Fringe that really overflows with theatre. From student and amateur groups to the world’s leading independent theatre companies, there is something for everyone, with a particularly good selection of new plays.

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ThreeWeeks Editors' Awards presented for 2015
Three To See on 29 Aug: Edmund The Learned Pig, The Remnants, Going Viral
Total Theatre Awards presented for 2015
TW Podcast at the Edinburgh Festival 28.08.15
‘A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing’ wins Amnesty prize
Luke Wright: The stay-at-Fringe dandy
Three To See on 27 Aug: Confirmation, Sofie Hagen, Bromance
Three To See on 26 Aug: Monkey Poet, Emma Hall, 1972
Emma Hall: With 621 opinions, you have to choose
Three To See on 25 Aug: Hitch, Japan Marvelous Drummers, Stuart Bowden
Amee Smith: Voyage around a father
TW Podcast at the Edinburgh Festival 23.08.15
Three To See on 24 Aug: Jimmy McGhie, Women's Hour, BEASTS
Photo Shoot: From Kat's camera
Rebecca Perry: An ode to ginger (or the redheaded renaissance)
Total Theatre Awards shortlists announced
Three To See on 21 Aug: Women’s Hour, Roughs (For Radio), BARBU Electro Trad Cabaret
Another awards round up: Angels, Posters and more
Three To See on 19 Aug: Off The Mic, Simon Thacker, The Very Grey Matter Of Edward Blank
Angella Kwon: Showcasing Korea at the Fringe
Three To See on 17 Aug: Bathtime, Balletronic, Bucket
Ben Norris: Talking love, loss and motorways
TW Podcast at the Edinburgh Festival 16.08.15
Three To See on 16 Aug: Ben Norris, The Last Kill, James Acaster
Three To See on 15 Aug: Jessie Cave, The Bookbinder, Splitfoot
First Fringe Firsts presented for 2015
Three To See on 14 Aug: Fills Monkey, The School Of Night, Scaramouche Jones
Samuel Brett Williams: Top Ten Theatre Walk-Outs
Elspeth Turner: Ballads of old inspire writing new
Three To See on 12 Aug: Valiant, Jazzamatazz!, Jonny Awsum
Three To See on 11 Aug: Penny Ashton, Jethro Compton, Jonny And The Baptists
Three To See ED2015: A bonus set from Meet The Media
Three To See ED2015: Something A Little Different
Three To See ED2015: Theatrical Solo Shows
Three To See ED2015: ThreeWeeks Approved Theatre
TW Podcast at the Edinburgh Festival 06.08.15
John Hinton: Why threes are (scientifically) magic
Shelley Mitchell: Performing with angels
Three To See ED2015: Verbatim Performances
Three To See ED2015: Autobiographical
Stuart Bowden: Reversing into the Fringe
Máire Clerkin: Confessions of a dodgy Irish dancer


  • Luke Wright: The stay-at-Fringe dandy
  • Sofie Hagen: Bubblewrapped
  • Idil Sukan: Awarding the comedy creatives
  • Michael Legge: Telling it like it is
  • Adam Riches: Rich pickings in Coach Coach’s Fringe team
  • Ali McGregor: All That Jazzamatazz
  • ThreeWeeks Editors’ Awards presented for 2015