Emily Hall

Emily Hall coedits The Student’s TV & Radio section, copyedits and is a member of the Freshair News Team. As a writer, she contributes to news, features, comment, science & technology, lifestyle, tv & radio, culture and sport. This native Seattlite is a cake pop enthusiast who can regularly be found trying to make eye-contact with stranger’s dogs on the streets of Edinburgh.

Tesco: The Opera

Most operas at the Fringe facilitate escape: making you feel and weep for strange, even fictional lands, transporting you to exotic locales and upper-class dramas. Not Tesco: The Opera. All Steve...

Steve Bugeja: Summer Camp

Have you ever seen those booths at a career fair or in the main library manned by a cheery American bursting at the seams with patriotism, promising a wholesome outdoor experience in the land of the...

Harriet Kemsley: Bad at Doing

Harriet Kemsley masterfully blends comedic styles, using stories, observations and bits to keep the audience roaring. If you tried to pin her down you might describe her as a character comedian but...

The Road That Wasn’t There 

The creators of the widely-acclaimed Bookbinder come back to Edinburgh Festival Fringe with The Road That Wasn’t There. A paper pusher is recalled from lofty London to small town England when he...

Brexit the Musical

Brexit the Musical, dares the city of Edinburgh to gather on Chambers Street and sit without speaking for an hour whilst actors and singers ponder the questions of the nation’s most recent...