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The Weir

A tale of nostalgia, grief and loneliness, Bedlam’s tender and quiet production of Conor McPherson’s haunting play The Weir allowed each actor’s earnest performance to shine through in an...

The Glass Menagerie

It’s remarkable to think that, for a play set mostly in 1937, The Glass Menagerie’s themes of loneliness and unfulfilled potential still feel so profoundly relevant today. Amanda, played by...

Pressure

Who knew meteorology could be so compelling on stage? David Haig, author and star of Pressure, obviously did. The play is about James Stagg, chief meteorological adviser to Commander Eisenhower, and...

Trapped Departures

Artist and photographer Aayushi Gupta grapples with a fear of ignorance in her new exhibit Trapped Departures, which ran last week at Gallery 23 in the heart of Edinburgh’s culturally layered city...

Remembering Burns

Today marks the birth of one of the most well-known romantic writers of all time, Robert Burns, or ‘Rabbie’ as he is affectionately known in Scotland. Perhaps romance is not what you would...