Sasha Clarke

Sasha Clarke is a 2nd year French and English Literature student from the south coast of England. When she isn’t eating chocolate for breakfast, you can usually find her taking long walks around the New Town, or watching back-to-back episodes of Ab Fab.

Masters of the Everyday

Queen’s Gallery: Until 24th July Dutch artists thrived in their depictions of the everyday, encompassing in their work both the breadth of sociability and commercial life, and the serenity of...

La Bohème

Image courtesy of Adolfo Hohenstein. La Bohème The Church Hill Theatre Run Ended Tucked away, out of sight of the grand beauty of Parisian streets, four students battling the hardships of nineteenth...

Interview: Donald Maxwell

Image courtesy of Opera Scotland. Donald Maxwell has enjoyed a hugely successful career in opera for a number of decades. Having performed all over the world, Maxwell’s professional career began...

The Pirates of Penzance

Image courtesy of Oliver Buchanan. The Pirates of Penzance Pleasance Theatre Run Ended As charming and light as the bluest of all the Seven Seas, the most recent production by Edinburgh...

Hot-Beds Comedy Sketch

Image courtesy of NASA. Hot-Beds Comedy Sketch Opium Run Ended The newly launched Opium comedy Hot-Beds provides a night of uninhibited immersion in the domain of the sketch show, at times a...

EUSA Student Art Exhibition

Teviot: Until May 31st The world of student art has always been very much alive in our fair city. With the University of Edinburgh’s renowned art college hosting a seemingly endless number of...

A Notable Woman

Like many wartime accounts of the 20th century, the romantic journals of Jean Lucey Pratt conjure the fear, uncertainty and gusto of the early decades. Spanning over sixty-one years, Jean’s...