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Fringe 2023: Kissing a Fool

Kissing a Fool is a profound and moving articulation of grief, fame, love, and the debilitating potential of creative pressure. The performance provides a deep dive into the mangled psyche…

Fringe 2023: After the Act (A Section 28 Musical)

“This is a show about one piece of legislation told in the exact words of the people who lived it. Words from activists, students, teachers, tabloid columnists, political speeches. All…

In memory of Brenda Howard – an “in-your-face activist”

28 June is the 54th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, which were a series of protests that took place in New York and served as a catalyst for the gay…

Edinburgh University in Conversation with Madeline Miller

Following a stint at Biddy’s for St Patrick’s Day, my friends and I remained committed to attending the much-anticipated Madeline Miller lecture. The Classics, History and Feminist Societies collaborated to…

The Joyful Challenge of Motherhood: Reviewing The Other Mother

I have always hated the idea of becoming a parent. The identity of motherhood is sometimes bound up with stereotypes of chatty boringness, a loss of self-identity, and continuous complaints.…

Cult Column: Celebrating 30 Years of Orlando at the Cameo

On a rather damp Sunday evening I went down to the Cameo to watch the 30th anniversary screening of Orlando. I had wanted to watch Orlando for some time, having…

LGBT+ orgs call on SNP FM candidates to continue with commitments to LGBT+ equality

Last week, national LGBTQ+ organisations called on the SNP First Minister candidates, Humza Yousaf, Ash Regan and Kate Forbes to uphold the SNP’s commitments to LGBTQ+ equality. The organisations involved…

Intimacy and Vulnerability: Bill and Frank in The Last of Us

Note: Spoilers for the first half of the episode The Last of Us has recently taken fans by surprise once again — and this time, it’s not through a fungus-filled…