The Student
Reviewed: Can’t Get You Out of My Head
Reviewed: Can’t Get You Out of My Head
The end of the creative genius?
Book vs Film: Carrie
Queen Charlotte Sophia, a portrayal of Britain?
‘Our memory is outside us’: introducing author Annie Ernaux
Showcasing Female Creators: Phoebe Waller-Bridge
I Care a Lot
On Motherhood and Art
Poem of the week: ‘The mud-spattered recollections of a woman who lived her life backwards’ by Alice Oswald
In praise of our universal femininity: the forgotten writings of Rose Allatini
Witches, women, words: the authors reclaiming history to imagine feminist futures
Family ties:
‘Scandi content is handy’: the role of global content in the streaming race
Poem of the week: ‘There were real officers in the streets’ by Deborah Landau
Embracing vulnerability: reimagining masculinity in Scottish fiction
Navy Blue matures in his sophomore offering
On life without meaning: introducing Louis-Ferdinand Céline
Snowpiercer season 2 review
“Fun, mayhem and excitement” Three Pound Coin Theatre’s So… What Happened Last Night? review
“Astonishing and genuinely funny” – Sharp Teeth Theatre’s Sherlock in Homes review
Cult Column- The Durrells, ideal escapism
Clap for the UK hun!
The Journey of Opera
Bicep reverts to disappointing routines on Isles
The Scottish Online Student Drama Festival
Edward Hopper: ‘The Art of Isolation’
Documentary Pick- Afghanistan’s Bacha Posh
Sound Ancestors sees Madlib and Four Tet collide, with refreshing results