worth going out for in april 2018;

I’m writing this on a bright, clear Spring day in Glasgow. They say we’re about to be hit by snow for a third time this…

theatre review: mamma mia!; theatre royal, glasgow;

…or, Lis and Charlotte’s Christmas night out. I am, as a general rule, indifferent to both weddings and the music of Swedish pop behemoths ABBA.…

culture consumption: august 2017;

So this is usually the column in which I round up the great and the not-so-great things I have read, watched and listened to in…

last year’s girl’s guide to the edinburgh fringe 2017;

I’d written off any possibility of a trip through to Edinburgh on this busiest of months. It’s too busy, I told myself; too expensive; too…

culture consumption: may 2017;

In hindsight, one of my busiest months in a long time probably wasn’t my best pick for kicking off my productive new part-time regime. First…

theatre review: daphne oram’s wonderful world of sound, tron theatre;

As a stylised biopic of Daphne Oram, the co-founder and first director of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Daphne Oram’s Wonderful World of Sound does not…

yer maw’s a ‘proper writer’: a response to danielle tarento;

The minute you start talking – as theatre producer Danielle Tarento did, at a recent event – about some people not having the “intellectual background”…