• Wed. Feb 28th, 2024

Hanna Koban

  • Home
  • Review: Edinburgh Footlight’s The Wedding Singer

Review: Edinburgh Footlight’s The Wedding Singer

As the audience settles into the old-fashioned wooden benches of the Rose Theatre, a loudspeaker announcement warns of the “slightly ridiculous number of weddings” that the audience is about to…

Interview with Edinburgh University Footlights on The Wedding Singer

Founded in 1989, Edinburgh University Footlights is a musical theatre group that puts on two shows annually. This spring, they perform The Wedding Singer’s musical from 16 to 19 February…

University’s response to strikes leaves staff frustrated

The Joint Negotiating Committee of the principal pension scheme for universities in the UK – the USS – voted to cut university staff pensions by at least 35 per cent…

In Defence Of: The King’s Man

Audiences loved Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014), but its sequel, Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017), was just a bit too much to be enjoyable. The latest film in the franchise,…

Interview with EUSOG on Legally Blonde: The Musical

EUSOG is the University’s oldest musical theatre society. Their latest and so far biggest production, the musical Legally Blonde: The Musical, was successfully staged from the 25th to the 29th…

Omigod – EUSOG’s Legally Blonde: The Musical Review

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Legally Blonde: The Musical is a classic. It follows Elle, who lives a perfectly happy life with her Californian sorority sisters and Chihuahua. She abruptly falls out of…

A Hopeful Look Ahead (and Back): A Review of “Humankind: A Hopeful History”

What do you think of human nature? When you look around, consider your surroundings and the society you live in – what comes to mind first? Perhaps you think of…

Anti-racism guide for Scottish universities

A guide educating university staff and students on what to do to tackle racism on campus has recently been published by Advanced HE and the Scottish Funding Council. The guide…