Scotland

Glasgow's Citizens theatre to close for two years during major redevelopment
The venue will be redeveloped in a multi-million pound project from next year
David Greig: I want the Lyceum to be a democratic, public space
The artistic director of the Lyceum on his new season and what to catch at the Edinburgh Fringe
Adura Onashile: 'I wanted to shine a light on the women around Fela Kuti'
Award winning playwright and performer Adura Onashile talks about her new play Expensive Shit and how to survive the Fringe
Edinburgh review: Jonny and the Baptists: Eat the Poor (Summerhall)
The raucous comedy-music double-act present a terrifying vision of the future where swans are in charge
Laurie Sansom to step down from National Theatre of Scotland
The artistic director will leave the National Theatre of Scotland after three years
A Shakespeare first folio is unearthed in Scotland
A copy of the first folio has been discovered on an island in Scotland
Fergus Linehan announces inaugural EIF programme
The theatre programme will put a spotlight on 'previously successful' Scottish work
Playing Our Part: Gina Beck, Louise Dearman and more talk about Comic Relief concert
We catch up with some of the incredible line-up for this year's red nose day show
A Few of my Favourite Things: Oklahoma!'s Belinda Lang
By Editorial Staff
The former 2 Point 4 Children star includes Hyde Park, The James Plays and an interesting technique for crossing bridges
National Theatre of Scotland announces 2015 'Belong' season
Highlights include Cora Bissett's Rites and an adaptation of Muriel Spark's The Driver's Seat