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Curtis Sittenfeld: ‘It was like the force of Austen’s language was irresistible’

Article: Were you a diehard Jane Austen fan before you took on Pride and Prejudice?I read it for the first time whe …

Sunday 17th April 2016 @ 12:00 am

Miles Jupp: ‘I’d love to play a Bond villain’

Article: Miles Jupp, 36, started performing comedy at Edinburgh University and won the So You Think You’re Funny award for new standup in 20 …

Sunday 11th October 2015 @ 12:00 am

Felicity Ward: ‘As soon as I mention the word anxiety, the audience go quiet’

Article: The Australian comic returns to the fringe with her candid new show about anxiety. She’s one of several performers to address menta …

Sunday 16th August 2015 @ 12:00 am

Nina Conti: ‘I’m hoping people will sit in the front row if they’re feeling brave’

Article: Nina Conti has been appearing at the Edinburgh fringe since 2003. Her new show,In Your Face, takes her ventriloquist act in to n …

Sunday 9th August 2015 @ 12:00 am

Holly Walsh: ‘Britain’s the best place in the world to do comedy’

Article: Holly Walsh confesses she was a teenage nerd. While other girls were recording the top 40, she was taping the best bits of Just a Min …

Sunday 12th April 2015 @ 12:00 am

Patrick Gale: ‘There was a mythology about

Article: Patrick Gale is the author of 17 novels, most recently A Place Called Winter. He lives in Cornwall.Your new novel …

Sunday 22nd March 2015 @ 12:00 am

William Nicholson: ‘In Hollywood, people push you to produce work you didn’t know you had in you’

Article: William Nicholson is the author of numerous novels for adults and teenagers. As a screenwriter his credits include Shadowlands, Gladiator …

Sunday 1st February 2015 @ 12:00 am

Climate change play 2071 aims to make data dramatic

Article: How do you dramatise climate change? The obvious route, in recent films and novels, has been to imagine a future dystopia of rising sea l …

Wednesday 5th November 2014 @ 12:00 am

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