Assistant Producer, and contemporary theatre savant, Ania Obolewicz on what it takes to deliver experimental theatre that glides across international borders and boundaries.
The day after a historic and nation-defining referendum, ATC picks its favourite shows from Edinburgh Fringe 2014, all in one place, for your delectation.
Jacob Corn, Stage Manager of Blind Hamlet at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014, talks about what it's like to work on a show with no actors.
Clifford Samuel talks about playing The Boy in The Events during the International Mash-Up weekend, where the cast were joined by their counterparts in Europe.
Jessie Maryon Davies on seeing The Events unfold from behind that big old piano.
Rudi Dharmalingam on undertaking 'The Events', difficult diets, and getting told off by his young son.
Neve McIntosh, star of ATC's The Events, visits Dublin as part of the show's nationwide tour. Having never been part of a touring production before, Neve took to it like a fish to water. Here she is in her own words....
Irene Railley and Fiona Allen, two brilliant ladies who took part in The Events at Edinburgh Fringe 2013, talk about their experience with the Actors Touring Company.
The character of the cleaner from The Events also happens to be ATC's Stage Manager. Find out here how Jess Banks climbed to such lofty theatrical heights.
Ania Obolewicz, Assistant Producer, on being exposed to the manic wonder of Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the first time.
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