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Kat Moir

Kat Moir is a fourth year English Literature student and former Culture editor for The Student. In her spare time, she drinks a lot of tea and wanders the biscuit aisle of Tesco, looking for a bargain.
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Producing a laugh-out-loud break from life

The premise is simple: find a show you know will flop and you can make more money than you would with a hit. When Bialystock and Bloom stumble across Springtime…

Slab Boys entertain from start to finish

One of Scotland’s finest, and most loved, works of 20th century theatre, The Slab Boys, returned to Edinburgh last week to delight old and new fans alike. The pairing of…

Get to know: Traverse Theatre

Scotland’s New Writing Theatre has a wild and wonderful history. This week, the Student is giving you our top seven interesting facts about one of Edinburgh’s best-loved theatres. 1) The…

ROYGBIV: Fourth Year Lamentations

I’m going to push the boat out a little, say something dramatic and controversial and hope that you’ll stick with me and keep reading. Bear with me here, I know…

ROYGBIV: Christmas Leftovers

Everyone has them. Don’t try to deny it. They’re cluttering up our bedrooms, making the path to the wardrobe more dangerous, and making it next to impossible to sneak into…

A grand revival of Flanders and Swann

Tim FitzHigham and Duncan Walsh-Atkins may not have written their own material, but that certainly didn’t stop them owning the stage on Friday night. In their Flanders and Swann tribute…

Flanders and Swann

Everyone has a first memory. For comedian, Tim FitzHigham that memory is Flanders and Swann. In an interview with The Student, he explained his love for the musical comedy duo,…

Womens’ work at the Lyceum Theatre

Sue Glover’s Bondagers, tells the story of young women in the 19th century, tied to the land by male farmers. It speaks of the oppression of the bondage system, and…