Culture Film

Crying at Cruella: A Love Letter to the Cinema

Undeniably, my friend and I were excited to plan a day at the cinema after lockdown restrictions were lifted. We squealed when we booked the tickets, and as we took the tram to the Vue at the Printworks, we were nearly jumping out of our seats.  However, despite our excitement, I was not prepared for […]

Art Culture

Bright Shadows: Scottish Art in the 1920s

Coming back with their first exhibition after lockdown, the City Art Centre offers a retrospective on the Scottish art scene in the 1920s. The exhibition mostly includes artworks part of the gallery’s collection reinterpreted under a new light. Moreover, it showcases, for the first time, the collection’s new addition Cecile Walton at Crianlarich by Eric […]


The Cameo reopens

The historic Cameo Cinema in Tollcross, which started life showing silent films in 1914, has finally opened its doors to the public again. You must sit a couple of seats away from anyone you didn’t come with, and wear a mask unless eating or drinking (rules on snogging are less clear-cut). But to my surprise, […]