28th September 2017
by Paula Smith Most of us are aware of the increase in mental health problems in our society and communities...
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Shakespeare’s Dog Problem

13th September 2017
I shall probably remember this day for a long time. It is the day when I began to see Shakespeare...
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Beyond Borders – Scotland’s two-day festival is a success!

28th August 2017
The Platform for Small Nation Dialogue and Cultural Exchange This morning on day two saw television presenter and author Bettany...
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Beyond Borders 2017 – Dialogue and Cultural Exchange – Day One

27th August 2017
The Platform for Small Nation Dialogue and Cultural Exchange Now in its eighth year, this small, exciting and thought-provoking festival...
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24th August 2017
Edinburgh international Book Festival produced a surprise last night and great credit is due to all those who made it...
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Theatre Review: Looking For John

22nd August 2017
In 1976, nigh on 20 million Brits tuned in to watch John Curry win a figure skating gold at the...
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Despair about Democracy – Is America Useless?

25th July 2017
by Chris Burn It is very easy to write despairing articles about American politics these days, usually starting with a...
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EDINBURGH JAZZ: Fionna Duncan and Brian Kellock Duo

16th July 2017
In advance of his eleven gigs (and counting) at this year's Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival, pianist Brian Kellock gave...
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Slow Burning Cinema

16th July 2017
by Frankie Hallam Scrolling through Netflix, a pastime anyone on the ol’ job search knows all too well, an option...
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THEATRE REVIEW: Judy! – London Theatre

19th June 2017
by Peter Callaghan Watching writer and director Ray Packham’s excellent production of Judy! which transferred from Southwark Playhouse after debuting...
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FRINGE PREVIEW: The Harry and Chris Show 2

17th June 2017
Given the tumultuous events which have dominated the headlines since slam poet Harry Baker and jazz musician Chris Read made...
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UK Election – The morning after…

16th June 2017
by Chris Burn You wake with three questions in your head - a head that is spinning like a three-legged...
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Nicola’s pledge

7th June 2017
by Paula Smith There is a crucial question to be asked in amongst the debate and questioning relating to Thursdays...
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Shakespeare’s Drugs Habit – Much Ado About Nothing?

2nd June 2017
by Christopher Burn Shocking news emerged in 2015 - sixteenth-century clay pipes containing tobacco and marijuana traces were dug up...
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Transcendence in Caroline Doolin’s Fault Bound Bodies

30th May 2017
by Viktoria Mladenovski The Project Arts Centre in Dublin hosted Caroline Doolin’s video installation Fault Bound Bodies from the 10th...
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