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TV

Mad Men: Season 7 Part 1

Whether you’ve been a fan from the beginning, started halfway through or binge-watched over summer holidays, you can feel the anticipation leading up to the final season of Mad Men. Season 6 was our first glimpse into the fall of Don Draper in every facet of his life. We discover he’s cheating on Megan for […]

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Art Culture

Where Do I End And You Begin

City Art Centre, Until 19th October In an exhibition that showcases the works of artists from Winnipeg to London, ‘Where Do I End And You Begin’ is a well-timed and riveting exhibition which interrogates the ideas, ideals and myths which underpin notions of community, the Commonwealth and the commons. It highlights the difficulty in defining and […]

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Art Culture

Jim Lambie: Retrospective

Fruitmarket, Until 19th October Jim Lambie’s retrospective at the Fruitmarket gallery combines work made from 1996 to the present and includes his signature piece ‘Zobop’. Famous for transcending and transforming the use of everyday objects in his work, in this collection he uses household paint, shopping bags, vinyl tape, tinfoil and coat hangers. ‘Shaved Ice’, occupying […]

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Culture Literature

Edinburgh Book Fest Opens its Doors

Nestled in a specially erected tented village in Charlotte Square Gardens, in the very heart of the city, the Edinburgh International Book Festival returns for another year of literary inspiration, entertainment and discussion. An event noted in the calendar of every avid book lover, this year marks its 31st annual occurrence, once again boasting an […]