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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

In defence of Art History: an open letter to the government

After the announcement of History of Art being axed from the A Level curriculum, one student makes an impassioned plea for its continuation.

Balgove Night Markets to return

Balgove Larder’s popular summer night markets are back. The events remain free to attend and the next market takes place on Tuesday 14 August from...

In the Kitchen with James: A Hearty Steak Sandwich

This week I’m making the king of lunchtime snacks, the steak sandwich. One of these is a meal in itself and contains a wonderful balance...

An introduction to contemporary Moroccan cinema

Morocco has a long history of providing locations for foreign productions, among them films by Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, David Lean, John Huston, and...

The Great Gatsby – Review

The Great Gatsby Dir. Baz Luhrmann 7.5/10 I recently came across the Portuguese word saudade. The word describes the sensation of longing for something or someone that...

‘The King and I’ Review: Excellence at the London Palladium

I have to admit, it was with some trepidation that we took our seats for the production of ‘The King and I’ at the...

Vegetarian butternut squash and aubergine lasagne

Ingredients: 2 aubergines 1 butternut squash 1 red onion 2 bell peppers For the sauce: 2 cans of tinned crushed tomatoes 2 minced cloves of garlic 1 tsp dried basil 1 tsp dried...

In the Kitchen with James: Making your own Hot Sauce

This week I’m making hot sauce, a condiment that seems to be ever-growing in popularity and one that has many uses. Whether you’re someone...

An interview with Alexander ‘Sandy’ McCall Smith: The professor who brought...

Alexander ‘Sandy’ McCall Smith has led a deeply unusual life. A renowned expert on medical law and bioethics, in which field he was a...

Can all the world be a stage?

Theatre is the act of sitting quietly in a chair, in the dark, watching actors on a stage pretend that you aren’t there. But...