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Thursday, February 21, 2019

Bailey’s Stardust exhibition shines through

Until 18 October, Bailey’s Stardust is on exhibit at the National Gallery in Edinburgh. Curated and directed by David Bailey himself, this blockbuster exhibition is a retrospective of...

Album Review: Carry On The Grudge

Jamie T is back after five years. But now he's different.

The Cursed Child was the reader all along

Natasha Franks reviews the recently released script of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child.

Review: Bouncers Remix by John Godber

Stereotypes abound in this four man play centred on the world of clubbing.

Good luck shaking this one off, Tay Tay

Natasha Franks discusses the most recent development in Taylor Swift's feud with Kimye

Album Review in Brief: Our Love

The difficult follow-up to 2010's 'Swim', Dan Snaith's Caribou return with 'Our Love'

Album Review in Brief: Lacuna

Childhood's debut: Melancholic, uplifting, and dreamlike in equal measure.

Christine and the Queens

How a foreign indie artist is making the leap from European drag clubs to the international stage.

The strengthening relationship between the arts and mental health

Creative expression is becoming rapidly accepted as an extremely useful resource for those living with mental illness, both through increasing awareness and knowledge, and in providing people with an opportunity to use art as a coping mechanism.

Review: Lady Gaga’s Joanne

Playing into the now fashionable root-pop idiom, Lady Gaga’s comeback record “Joanne” is fun and sincere, but frustratingly shallow.