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Acclaimed actor Daniela Nardini and comedian, writer and actor Sanjeev Kohli are to present the prestigious Critics’ Awards for Theatre...
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6th June 2016
by Stephanie Allard Nice weather appears to be slowly but surely making its way into Scotland’s capital (how long this...
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2nd June 2016
by Sylwia Heller Many countries currently face the problem of immigration, which in places like the UK has been an...
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29th May 2016
by Ina Disguise Listening to the delectable Yanis Varoufakis this evening, (he moves beautifully) it struck me what a marvellous...
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28th May 2016
by Sylwia Heller On the 8th October 2016 there will be elections of a new president in the US. So,...
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25th May 2016
by Sam Muir The daunting and inescapable referendum is looming. On the 23rd June 2016 the fate of Britain in...
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24th May 2016
by Sylwia Heller Civil war in Syria is very complicated as many parties are involved and their motivations vary. Some...
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21st May 2016
by Sam Muir The etymology of a “tattoo” is derived from its Polynesian roots “tatau” meaning “correct” and later “irezumi”...
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21st May 2016
by Sam Muir Depression is a controversial topic in both British politics and sociology and surrounding it is a hazy...
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18th May 2016
by Sylwia Heller It has been a subject of a wide scale concern whether the UK should remain within the...
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25th April 2016
by Eilidh Roy I‘ve spent the evening enjoying the Shakespeare Live at the RSC on the BBC celebrating 400 years...
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23rd April 2016
by Nico Marrone There are few more instantly recognisable figures in Hollywood than Frankenstein’s Creature. It is undoubtedly the ultimate...
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