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Review: Circular Seas at Summerhall

Circular Seas is a collection of works by artist Jamie Johnson. Taking inspiration from urban green spaces and his residency at Cove Park, Johnson created these works in reflection of…

Review: Elaine Speirs’ Disquiet Beauty

To escape both the library and the bad weather; I thought I would change things up by heading over to New Town to investigate the most recent showing at the…

Not Everything Can Be Andor

After the overall disappointment that was the sequel trilogy (even if some of us enjoyed The Last Jedi) and the constant barrage of Disney+ shows which followed, it seemed like…

Review: Fantasy by M83

It’s been nearly 4 years since M83 last released an LP. Since 2019, Gonzalez has quietly hidden from the limelight, busily recording new tracks. In this time, the world could…

The Revival of The Hunger Games

Like many others, my obsession with the Hunger Games has recently been reignited as a result of the social media frenzy regarding the soon-to-be released prequel and the excellency of…

The Dark Politics Behind Small-Town Charm

Small-town settings are often glorified across literature and onscreen. They entice audiences with their array of appealing elements, including the signature small-town closely-knit community. As a teen, I found myself…

The Heteronormative Pressures On Today’s Young Women

The median age to graduate university in the UK is 22 years old, which for our grandparents’s generation was the average age for a woman to have her first child.…

Drama Review: Freshwater by Virginia Woolf

Imagine a tipsy room of eminent painters, poets, and intellectuals, laughing as they wait for a play to begin. Virginia Woolf sits alongside E.M. Forster; T.S. Eliot may pop in.…