• Tue. Jul 23rd, 2024

Megan Wallace

The Sorcerer

Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Sorcerer is something of an underdog. Despite success when it first appeared on the scene, it has been largely overshadowed by the enduring popularity of productions…

Copenhagen: a traveller’s guide to exploring the Danish capital

Going on holiday to Copenhagen offers you access to a world of much-coveted Scandi cool, as well as excellent art, night life and, of course, coffee. The city is compact,…

Granddaddy – Way We Won’t

Ten years since their last album, indie-rockers Grandaddy release the two-song single ‘Way We Won’t’.‘Clear Your History’ is perhaps the most exciting of the two songs, with singer Jason Lytle’s…

Damián Ortega

The Fruitmarket Gallery, Until 23rd October Damián Ortega works on a truly international scale. The Mexican sculptor has represented his country at the Venice Biennale and has had solo exhibitions…

LGBT+ month: A brief history of LGBT+ in the cinema over the last 50 years

LGBT+ cinema throughout the ages has served as a mirror to reflect societal attitudes at different points in history regarding sexuality and gender identity. Looking back at early, silent cinema,…

W Gordon Smith Award

Dovecot Studios: Until January 30th The W Gordon Smith Award is a Scottish painting award beginning its inaugural year. The competition was established to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the…

Interview: The Doormats

The Doormats have performed as part of exciting showcases like the Liquid Rooms’ ‘In Limbo’ and Summerhall’s ‘Neu Reekie.’ On the 25th, they played Henry’s Cellar Bar, promoting $CR*P, a…

Eliza Robertson speaks at Word Power Books

Imagine this: it’s a misty evening, it’s dark, it’s cold and you’re worrying about your midterms. It doesn’t sound too great, does it? Imagine how your mood would change if…