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Review: The Taste of Things

Dodin is a gastronomic director conceiving magical experiences of taste and smell. As the cook, Eugénie is the physical extension of Dodin’s mind. They are one in the kitchen, but…

Vampire Weekend’s return

Five years after the release of Father of the Bride, Vampire Weekend is back. Two singles off their upcoming album, Only God Was Above Us, ‘Capricorn’ and ‘Gen X Cops’,…

Review: Jesus Christ Superstar

Over fifty years since its first appearance on Broadway, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus ChristSuperstar continues to thrill and entertain. In Edinburgh for just one week, director Timothy Sheaderbrings a fresh…

Review: RSC’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Freudian fever dream. Eleanor Rhode’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream pulses with an erotic charge only possiblewithin the unfettered insensibility of a dream. It is a feverish, fantastical imagining ofShakespeare’s…

Review: To Burn, Forest, Fire at the Talbot Rice gallery

In the hushed, darkened room at Edinburgh’s Talbot Rice Gallery, a slender plinth sets the stage for the ceremonial sensory experience that is Katie Paterson’s immersive installation. To Burn, Forest,…

Reviewing Pizza Paradise

It’s three in the morning, still two hours before close, and sit down dinners are in full swing at Edinburgh’s favourite and seemingly only late night spot. Pizza Paradise, with…

Review: Ragnarok

“All is lost… all is not lost.” Traverse Theatre’s ‘Ragnarok’ was a mesmerizing, multi-sensory experience, a merge ofhuman acting, puppetry, and live music. The result was a spellbinding two hours…

Review: ‘Too Much’ by girl in red

Marie Ringheim, better known as girl in red, returns to the music scene with ‘Too Much’, the lead single for her upcoming album I’m Doing It Again Baby! due to…