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Out of Sight, Out of Mind at Summerhall

‘Out Of Sight Out Of Mind’: a phrase often used in order to distract someone or suppress a fear or concern. The yearly exhibition of the same title held at…

Cardboard Citizens: Bystanders review

The creative group Cardboard Citizens shares true stories of home homelessness and injustice through theatre. Their performance of Cardboard Citizens: Bystanders at the Fringe is an entirely immersive and educational…

‘A celebration of the everyday’: The End

The End explores the end of the relationship between two friends, Bert and Nasi, in the wider context of the end of civilisation, the world, and all we know. The…

‘Poignant, ambitious and experimental’: Fish review

An adaptation of legendary Taiwanese writer Huang Chunming’s short story, Fish is a simple yet profound tale tackling masculinity, familial love and social mobility. Taiwan’s Shinehouse Theatre’s production further impresses…

Live Review: Samantha Crain & Hamish Hawk are charming with witty and wistful songs

Taking the stage in the rather lovely ‘Main Hall’ at Summerhall, adorned with its red-velvet curtains, were two captivating singer-songwriters. Whilst different in style, Hamish Hawk and Samantha Crain share…

369 Remembered – The Women, Summerhall

Either the art world is facing a crisis, or it has been in crisis for a fairly long time and we have just started talking about it. Every year from…

Street Hermit at Summerhall

Showing at Summerhall, Street Hermit is Graeme Todd’s long-awaited arrival back to Edinburgh since his last solo show in 2000 at the Edinburgh Fruitmarket Gallery. While including paintings from the…

Free the Pussy! At Summerhall

It is easy to walk through a gallery and ‘not really get it’. The passion and anger at Free the Pussy! is, however, explicit and impossible to misunderstand. This is…