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A 2015 EdFringe Interview with John Hastings

Written by Susan Ford

John Hastings knows how to make the most of the Edinburgh Festival; this year he prepares to do another hour long show, a podcast, and a presenter’s job at Late ‘n’ Live. 555 more words

Between a Heckler and a Hardback

Who on earth dreamed up the book festival? Putting authors on stage seems, on the face of it, bizarre. Unlike stand-up or tap-dancing, writing books is not a performance art. 968 more words

Children's Author

John Kearns' BBC Radio 4 Series

Oh hi doggy!

I produced a BBC Radio 4 Series with the incredibly nice/funny/good John Kearns, and the last episode of it goes out tonight (Wednesday, June 10th) at 11PM, so listen to it if you’d like, although I understand there’s a lot of other shows you have to catch up on and Breaking Bad and yoga and trying to cook more and stuff. 254 more words

In the absence of criticism

What does a critic do when they’re not reviewing? Does the clock stop for a critic when the house lights go up and the review is written and filed? 491 more words


Power of Food Festival

We are delighted to say we are taking part in the Edinburgh Power of Food Festival! The team behind the festival is acting for social change and environmental sustainability by promoting the city’s first festival of community food growing on the 20th and 21st of June. 267 more words

Space To Grow

Next Stop: The Edinburgh Festival, An Overview

I love festivals. Anytime there’s one close to home, I’m there, looking to get fat on funnel cakes and Coco Bongos.

They usually last for a few days . 1,032 more words


Famous TV funny man brings love and laughter to Annan

Master of pace and quick-witted patter, there’s much more to Hardeep Singh Kohli than being a media funny man in a colourful turban.

And audiences in Annan will have a rare chance to see and hear the man in action when he visits the east of the region as part of this year’s Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival. 252 more words