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Album Review: Real Home by Kiran Leonard

He’s still in his late twenties, but Manchester-born, South London-based Kiran Leonard’s songwriting is ...

Theatre: A Very Crypto Christmas at Summerhall

Adrenalism is the delightfully warped brainchild of physical theatre makers Lewis Sherlock and Andew ...

Album Review – Infinity by Naoko Sakata

Pianist Naoko Sakata makes music that touches the sublime: sounds that can bewitch as ...

Current Affairs – Album: Off The Tongue (review)

The debut full-length studio album from Current Affairs is definitely one to make you ...

Dear Billy (A Love Letter to The Big Yin): Theatre review

There are tall tales, small crumbs and stories that sputter to a halt as ...

Die! Die! Die! Old People Die! – Tron Theatre Review

When we get really old (if we get really old) what do we cling ...

Album Review: Terry – Call Me Terry

Maybe there’s something in the water, but Australia has been bringing us some excellent ...

Kidnapped Review Theatre Royal Glasgow 5th April

There are three things you can guarantee with work from the brilliant Isobel McArthur: ...

Adopting Audrey – Glasgow Film Festival Review

Jena Malone is the titular character in M. Cahill’s feature film, a low-key little ...

Home, I’m Darling, Theatre Royal – Theatre Review

Judy (Jessica Ransom) and husband Johnny (Neil McDermott) are the epitome of fifties bliss: ...