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A Thinly Veiled Story of A Damsel in Distress

Francesca Salisbury is surprised and frustrated to find To the Bone filled with unhelpful gender stereotypes

Revues reviewed: the best (and worst) student comedy at the Edinburgh...

Benn Sheridan reviews student comedy from across the country

Three Strikes and you’re onto a very enjoyable TV show

Susannah Goldsbrough enjoys the latest Rowling screen adaptation of Strike: The Cuckoo's Calling

‘SiX’ at the Fringe review – “the best hour of comedy...

Emily Beswick is blown away by 'SiX' at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the first original musical toured by The Other Place's Musical Theatre Society

‘It’s even kind of morale boosting, in a Lana kind of...

Nicola Dwornik praises Lana Del Rey's latest subtle reinvention

My naked truth

Jess Brown contemplates the merits and shortcomings of life drawing

Grayson Perry’s Polymorphous Popularity

Georgiana Wilson explores Grayson Perry's image, identity, and popularity after seeing his latest exhibition

‘A nuanced and complex musical creation’

Thomas Athey finds Public Service Broadcasting's 'Every Valley' has many peaks

‘Sex Education’ at the Fringe review: ‘unapologetic’ and ‘well-researched’

Po Odomil Ler learns a lot from 'Sex Education'

The everyday art of living

Ramani Chandramohan is enthralled by the creativity behind Japan’s cities and homes, explored in the BBC documentary, The Art of Japanese Life
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