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The Theatre and Me

It was a Friday night and the streets were alive with the sounds of students celebrating the start of the weekend. However, instead of joining my friends for a typical…

Edinburgh Collective: Come n’ Dance

The Edinburgh Collective’s ‘Come n’ Dance’ was a sensational night out. Taking place at 8 pm in Teviot Underground and concluding in the wee hours of the morning at 1…

Review: Scottish Opera’s The Verdi Collection

The Scottish Opera’s The Verdi Collection is a veritable triumph. On the stage of Usher Hall, heartbreak, danger, love, passion, jealousy, and valor come alive through the form of beautiful…

Join the Edinburgh Collective!

Hello to all artists, musicians, dancers, performers, artists, and advocates of the Edinburgh art scene. There is an organisation here in Edinburgh which endeavours to support and improve this city…

Review: Scottish Ballet’s The Snow Queen

Winter has come to Edinburgh. Streets are packed with pedestrians bundled in cozy coats and scarves, icy cold air turns cheeks rosy, and, most importantly, the Scottish Ballet’s The Snow…

Review: Scottish Opera’s Ainadamar

The Scottish Opera’s Ainadamar is a fountain of cascading memories, effortlessly transporting its audience through time. Journeying from Mariana Pineda’s act of liberalist rebellion in 1830, to Lorca’s execution in…

Review: Posh

Posh offers an enticing invitation into a world of extravagance, destruction, and loathsome entitlement. Prepare to enter a dining room of ten arrogant young men with a gross overabundance of…

Review: Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of)

Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) is an absolute joy to watch. From beginning to end, the sensational retelling is clever, lively, and hilarious. My cheeks ached from constantly smiling and…