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Review: Sister Radio

“I feel it. I feel that rage and that violence and that pain, and then I go out in the street here, and they’re all oblivious.” Sister Radio, written by Sara Shaarawi, delicately weaves the decades long story of two sisters, born in Tehran but living in Edinburgh. A story of displacement, family and betrayal, […]

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Theatre Shows to Keep You Warm this November

As the days become shorter and the orange leaves fall to the ground, you might be starting to feel the effects of the oncoming winter. It’s harder to leave the warmth of your bed in the morning and facing often wet nights might seem impossible. But I’d like to invite you to what might be […]

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Review: Don’t. Make. Tea.

“If you are capable of killing and disposing of a body, can you really call yourself disabled?” There are many Scotland-based theatre companies whose productions effortlessly delight and challenge their audiences, but none so encapsulate their political vision for the theatre (and the world) throughout their practice quite like Birds of Paradise. The premier disability-led […]

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Three Theatre Shows to Catch This October!

As we return to campus this fall, the remnants of Edinburgh Fringe are visible throughout the city center. Tattered posters line the walls, some forgotten fliers have somehow merged into the pavement, and if you ask anyone who took on the feet of putting on a show during the festival, they’re still probably nursing the […]