Blythe is a student of philosophy and English literature with a love for books and theatre. Her interest in culture is in  myths, fairytales, adventures, and adaptations of old stories. She also likes poetry and folk music.

Improbable Fiction

Edinburgh Theatre Arts’ production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Improbable Fiction, directed by David McCallum, is a heart-warming and unassuming exploration of character and the creative mind....

The Improverts

Five students, an hour of improvised games, and endless possibilities. The University of Edinburgh’s Improverts perform every night of the Fringe on their home turf at Bedlam Theatre, crafting...

Stay With Me

How much can love endure? Ayòbámi Adébáyò’s first novel Stay With Me follows a young couple’s passionate romance and slow estrangement as they endure the hardships that can come with...

Crucifixion’s A Doddle

How much do you know about Jesus’s crucifixion? There was Jesus nailed to a big wooden cross next to two criminals also being crucified . . . right? According to Julian Doyle, editor of Monty...

If I Had a Girl…

Abusive relationships often exist under the radar of both popular culture and real life. Therefore, it is rare to see a theatrical production that makes domestic abuse so visible.     If I...