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Arts Review: Blood Lines

Dir. Lou Prendergast, The Arches, 2nd-5th July

You may have already read about Lou Prendergast and her play Blood Lines in The Daily Record. The tale of how she turned her father’s past as a drug dealer and gangster, running a brothel in Glasgow’s Maryhill, into a piece of theatre has picked up quite some media attention. 333 more words


Live Review: The Dandy Warhols

The Garage – 26/06

Let’s get to the logistics first: this was a 2-hour set with no opening act, no scheduling or no demanding crowd with mind-numbingly complex syntagms like “Here we, here we fu****g go” (which was highly refreshing). 344 more words


Arts Review: Hamlet

Dir. Alasdair Hunter, Main Botanic Gardens, 3rd July- 12th July (excluding Sundays and Mondays)

Although Hamlet is one of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies, it is the comedic elements which shine in this production. 312 more words


Film Review: Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie

‘The Queen of Dublin town’ is back!

First off: I’m assuming that everyone who wants to see D’Movie has already watched the TV Show, if not, go and devour the box set, then get back to me. 329 more words


To Save A Mockingbird

Saving Private Ryan. H.G Wells’s War of the Worlds. Romeo and Juliet. Poetry by Carol Ann Duffy, Seamus Heaney, Tom Leonard, John Agar, Gillian Clarke. A collection of short stories. 856 more words


Film Review: Set Fire to the Stars (Edinburgh International Film Festival)

The sheer achievement of shooting a feature length film in 18 days is impressive on its own, to then turn that into something as stylish and well produced as Set Fire to the Stars is worth applauding. 309 more words