Overall, the show lacked the charm, subtlety and wow-factor that came with music from this period; not so much a vivid recreation of a bygone age as a nostalgia show for the elderly, though the moments of true musicality from the singers and Lorna Luft meant that it was still an entertaining spectacle.
Nestled in a corner of Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Gardens is an emotive exhibition of contrasts and charm.
Shining a light on the plight of comics and graphic novels
Glasgow based artist, Ellie Harrison’s installation ‘After the Revolution, Who Will Clean Up the Mess?’ was commissioned by The University of Edinburgh’s Talbot Rice Gallery to be exhibited in the non-thematic group show, Counterpoint.
The Student has decided to compile a list of some of the most influential and well known contributions to the debate’s written platform, representing the views of both the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ campaigns.
Scottish Independence: the future of the nation’s novelists
Does the theatre community of Scotland benefit from the Union?
A closer look at the broader cultural implications of Scotland’s big decision.