At 75, Edinburgh Festival more intent than ever on healing divisions
Self-described working class playwright Kieton Saunders-Browne used to think the Edinburgh Fringe wasn't for people like him - until a fund set up to draw a more diverse cast of performers to the world's largest arts festival stepped in to help.

At 75, Edinburgh Festival more intent than ever on healing divisions

Self-described working class playwright Kieton Saunders-Browne used to think the Edinburgh Fringe wasn't for people like him – until a fund set up to draw a more diverse cast of performers to the world's largest arts festival stepped in to help.