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Hibernian on the edge: a review of their match against St. Mirren

Yesterday, Hibernian FC hosted St. Mirren, 10th in the Premiership, on the 24th day of the championship. A game lost 3-0 by Nick Montgomery‘s side hindering their chances of achieving…

Critique: Poor Things

Yorgos Lanthimos’ misogynistic retelling leaves much to be desired. When I booked my ticket to see Yorgos Lanthimos’s adaptation of Poor Things, I was already apprehensive. As part of my…

Who’s coming and who’s going? The Old Firm in focus

While things seem to be (somehow) getting even colder up in the Athens of the north, there is some solace for us football fans: the January transfer window. This is…

Baxter Dury at Queen Margaret Union, Glasgow

Baxter Dury wears his complexities on his dapper grey sleeve, and it’s when he lets the cracks show in the cocky persona of his lyrics that he is at his most…

Are drug consumption rooms a positive measure?

A new pilot project has been given the green light to allow a supervised drug consumption room to open in Glasgow city centre. The project plans to provide heroin users…

Fringe 2023: The Caravel

Milly Sweeney’s The Caravel is easily my favourite show I’ve seen at the Fringe thus far. I attended their opening performance on the 22nd August at Venue 45 @ TheSpace…

Arctic Monkeys at Bellahouston Park 25/06/23

Glasgow was gloomy, to begin with. Heavy, grey clouds weighed upon the city; it was fixing to be a real wet one. A mass exodus to Bellahouston Park was bolstered…

James Kelman and Douglas Stuart: Working-Class Glaswegian Narratives

In 1994, James Kelman won the Booker Prize for his novel How Late It Was, How Late. He was the first Scottish author to win the accolade. The win was…