Areas of interest include: cnf, theatre, live poetry, women artists, cross-disciplinary arts, Scottish culture, feminism, and mental health.
With intolerance and inequality increasingly normalised by the day, it's more important than ever for women to share their experiences. We must hold the truth to account in the midst of sensationalism and international political turmoil. Nasty Women is a collection of essays, interviews and accounts on what it is to be a woman in the 21st century.
People, politics, pressure, punk.
We speak to DJ Metragnome about Scotland's answer to Boiler Room, 59th Degree.
Hip hop adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic tackles the housing crisis, migration, and survival on the streets.
Political poetry challenges preconceptions about the 58% behind the Brexit vote and refugees fleeing to Europe.
Hopeful coming-of-age story that addresses female sexuality, queer culture, and anxiety.
A young British Pakistani struggles to reconcile his sexuality with his Muslim faith.
Absurd satire is let down by poor blocking and ambitious cast size.
Multimedia performance shows the parallels between Jihadi extremists and internet trolls.
An intimate rallying cry for all artists to come together and demand fair pay.
A true story from the centre of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict celebrates the subversive power of theatre.
Jenn Ashworth, author of The Friday Gospels, Cold Light and A Kind of Intimacy, talks to For Books' Sake about her new novel Fell.
Zinnie Harris raises questions about individuality in this restaging of Caryl Churchill’s investigation into genetics.
Heartwarming stage adaptation shows Meera Syal’s coming-of-age novel still has political relevance today.
Revival of Zinnie Harris’s play shows promise but is overstretched by ambitious production elements.