Dom Wilton expresses the great excellence and beauty of Peter Schaffer’s Amadeus.
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Morgan McMillan picks apart Yaël Farber’s 2016 production of Lorraine Hansberry’s Les Blancs.
Elizabeth Sorrell explores Nicholas Hytner’s production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
‘Sunshine On My Back’ is a leftover track from Trouble Will Find Me, and is a must-listen for fans of the album.
The National performed a moving show on the final night of their tour, supported by Wild Beasts.
The National are set to take the London O2 by storm this November.
Topical despite their medieval protagonists Rona Munroe’s trilogy of plays exploring the stories of three Scottish monarchs stand strongly alone but are less cohesive as a unit.
The Light Princess has a few hitches, but overall was engaging and enjoyable.
The stage adaptation of Michael Morpurgo’s ‘War Horse’ is captivating and poignant, bringing the reality of the First World War to London’s National Theatre.
Our FEPS officer, Charlotte Brennan, was lucky to attend the last Vans Warped Tour in the US in 2018. As Charlotte reflects on this, she also compares it to UK festivals to answer the ultimate question: are UK festivals better?
Several writers from the Edge talk about their favourite novels from around the world.
There’s a whole world of music out there
The Edge writers highlight some of their favourite films from across the globe.