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Miranda Garralda-Wong

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Back of the Bus review

Back of The Bus is simultaneously everything and nothing like you would expect. Choreographed and performed by the Java Dance Theatre from New Zealand, Back of The Bus bravely toys…

Who Is Daniel King review

Who Is Daniel King is a realistic depiction of a mid-life crisis, stitched up with a sensationally funny script and surprise in-the-face hip thrusts of male risk actuator Daniel King.…

Neon Hangover review

Neon Hangover’s promising title suggests a show which carries on the classic theme of the morning after drunken nights before in one of Edinburgh’s most infamous yet beautifully eerie backstreets…

‘Painstakingly funny observations of daily life’: Foil, Arms and Hog – Swines review

In competition with all the grandeur and beauty that is the University of Edinburgh’s McEwan Hall, the comedic Irish sketch group Foil Arms and Hog easily grab the headlights tonight.…

An evening with J. H. Elliot: Scots & Catalans, Nations without States

Professor Reglus Emiritus of Modern History at Oxford University, J.H. Elliott is a recently acclaimed author of Scots and Catalans: Union and Disunion, published last year. On the 18 February,…

Travel destinations are not just for tourists

It’s 2018. Money laundering is the everyday, environmentalists will be our future doctors and our children may be faced with the question of which passport to use. This almost hilarious,…

ESL students should be well-respected at university

Language is a complex phenomenon. Many of us students, despite our academic abilities and successful entries into a prestigious university, have yet to educate ourselves on how to communicate productively…

Why is Peter Mathieson so controversial?

Three months into his term as Vice-Chancellor (VC), Peter Mathieson has received much criticism, particularly regarding the slow and ineffective measures taken in response to recent UCU industrial action. He…