Tuesday, July 14, 2020
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A Guide to Visiting the Edinburgh Fringe

While everyone else flees abroad, some of us find ourselves stuck in Scotland over the summer. Perhaps we have a job here or perhaps...

Antigone

3 1/2 out of 5 Touching, powerful, dark: Jean Anouilh’s Antigone is quintessentially great theatre. So when staging this play in its original language, the...

Authors At Our Age

The clock is ticking...

Word of Mouth: Gastronomy and the Podcast

Podcasting is a ubiquitous form of media when it comes to talking about hobbies and interests. In some cases, podcast presenters can provide a...

Review: Turn Blue and X

  Turn Blue - The Black Keys - Danger Mouse On September 5th, the Black Keys launched their Turn Blue tour in Columbus, Ohio just 126 miles south...

Rè-boot for film committee

On Shrove Tuesday last week, in a small but busy gathering in the Barron Theatre, the Union’s film-making sub­committee gathered together all their old...

Review: Bridget Jones’s Baby

Despite missing one of the original stars, this sequel still receives 3 stars from one of the few male reviewers in the audience.

Mrs Carter puts on the show of a lifetime

Beyonce rocked the Hydro on the Glasgow leg of her world tour

Edinburgh Online Fashion Week – Day 5

So here we are: the final day of Edinburgh Online Fashion Week. It’s been a veritable whirlwind of flouncy skirts, cosy knitwear and shoes...

Best of 2013: top 5 books

Literature editor Samantha Marcus looks back on her favourite reads of the year