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Review: ‘The Recent’ at the Talbot Rice Gallery

The Recent exhibition is a thought-provoking exploration of natural systems, ecology, and the impact of human activity on the environment. In a world where environmental concerns weigh heavily on our…

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: Poor Things at Fruitmarket

Poor Things is a captivating exhibition, consisting of a selection of sculptures from many artists. The works were collated by Emma Hart and Dean Kenning, who selected pieces which explore…

Review: Die Fledermaus

Die Fledermaus combines light-hearted comedy with bright and beautifully precise musical motifs, producing a performance which is a joy to watch. I recommend this operetta to both frequent opera-goers and…

Flaunting Szafki: a Dovecot Retrospective

Yusef Szafki’s paintings are brought together at Dovecot Studios for the first time, in part due to the completion of the textile piece The Stones are Whispering, 2018. The rug,…

Leo DiCaprio’s Love For Younger Women

Since starring in Titanic, Leonardo DiCaprio has been famous for his good looks. In 1998, People Magazine placed him on the list of “50 Most Beautiful People in the World.”…

Fringe 2022: Jordan Gray’s Is It a Bird? Review

Jordan Gray’s Is It a Bird? is a show which combines light surreal jokes and satirical humour simultaneously. Jordan Gray’s excitement for life is infectious. During the show I felt…

Review: Farah Saleh’s Gesturing Refugees

This participatory interpretive dance experience will stay with me for a long time. The piece affected me in ways I am not yet aware of; there were many subtleties in…