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Review: Theatre Paradok’s Hangmen

Theatre Paradok’s Hangmen, written by Martin McDonagh and directed by Helen Wieland, begins in 1963 with the hanging of Hennessy who insists on his innocence until he dies, and ends…

Review: Posh

Posh offers an enticing invitation into a world of extravagance, destruction, and loathsome entitlement. Prepare to enter a dining room of ten arrogant young men with a gross overabundance of…

“Dirtily delighting and delightfully dirty” ‒ EAST review

“Get thee to a nunnery — in other words, piss off!” It’s no secret that Shakespeare gets smutty. Pleasant fountains, thinking about nothing, and Cs, Us, ‘nd Ts — the…

Alternative theatre done right ‒ Deficit review

“If you don’t like me at my worst… then we have something in common” Theatre Paradok’s production of Deficit, directed by Maddie Flint and a part of this year’s Edinburgh…

Wee Red Record Fair offers a fresh approach to music consumption

Last weekend, the Wee Red Bar at Edinburgh College of Art (ECA) held a record fair, an opportunity for some of Edinburgh’s independent labels, sellers and DJs to come together…

Beatroots: fresh sounds and a good cause at the Wee Red

“We cordially invite you to a night of sweet vibrations from distant nations; we’ll play tunes that may cause hip gyrations, emotional elations and perhaps physical relations.” Beatroots will be…