Defining a strategy for success Civil Disobedience Productions is delighted to announce the first in our series of […]
Barry Church-Woods on what it was like to hold one of the most sought-after jobs in Edinburgh. Read […]
The only really frustrating thing about the Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the fact that you never, ever manage to see every show you fancy, or spend enough time with all your crazy, cool international pals.
Every year, as August draws to an end, we’re forced to resign ourselves to the fact that – despite our best, most relentless efforts – there’s a whole catalogue of brilliant work we didn’t manage to fit in.
But rather than crying over spilled milk, we thought we’d give some of the most awesome shows that we did get a chance to see this year a shout-out.
Chelsea Manning, the US soldier imprisoned for passing classified files to WikiLeaks, now stands accused of misconduct stemming […]
Today, Civil Disobedience Productions is thrilled to be able to announce the (nearly) full line up for our […]
It’s tough starting out as an emerging maker, and programmed or curated festivals often require you to have a proven track record.
So open access is essential.
However, there is a downside.
There is no script to life. No set dialogue or scenes. Every day is improvisation. Every day is a […]
I really dislike the word ‘buzz’. When I ask someone what it is that they like most about […]
Feeling the burn As creative souls, it’s only fair that we get to go a little bit nuts […]
Last week I offered my top 3 tips for making the most of your festival experience. Be good. […]