A round-up of The Edge’s entertainment recommendations looking back at the recent summer.
Author Ash Millman
Ashleigh reviews David Lowery’s on-screen existential crisis.
“I took a photo of myself sitting on the toilet. It was seen by a LOT of people” – An interview with Fizzy Blood
Ashleigh chats with bassist Ciaran Scanlon about the Fizzy life, the future, and troublesome toilet selfies.
With the three day festival drawing to a close, Ashleigh gives us her highlights of the Saturday’s events.
Ashleigh reviews the second jam-packed day of 2000trees Festival.
Ashleigh reviews the first day of Upcote Farm’s 2000trees Festival, which kicked off for its 11th year last Thursday.
Deputy Editor Ashleigh tells you what hot acts from the small print you should catch at this year’s festival in the woods.
From Baby Driver to Planet of the Apes to Dunkirk, there’s so much to look forward to this summer. The Edge writers talk about why they’re excited for these 2017 summer blockbuster releases.
Deputy Editor Ashleigh details what’s to come at this years alt-music festival in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Ashleigh takes a look at James Strouse’s uplifting rom-com, screened at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Jeff Orlowski’s environmentally-minded film is now on Netflix.
With acts for all tastes and an impressive overhaul of the Union, this year’s Grad Ball was one to remember.
The fantasy RPG has been a favourite in the gaming world for over a decade.
The singers gracing Grad Ball’s acoustic stage have been announced.