Jack Nash reviews the new sci-fi anthology from Netflix, and it’s not what you’d expect…
Sophie and Thea enjoy a night of ‘G O O D F U N’ with SUSU Theatre Group.
Literature Exec Abi discusses the champions – and disappointments – of diversity within the theatre industry.
Ottilie explains why Scarlett Curtis’ seminal feminist work is an essential read for everyone.
Following the disappointment of series 11, Christian Wise suggests ways that Doctor Who could improve in the near future.
Duck Game obsessive Tom Brewster talks to the creator of his favorite thing, like, ever.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is back with Fleabag Season Two, and it’s even darker, funnier and more shocking than Season One.
Jack Nash ventures to Victorian London to visit the demon barber of Fleet Street; Sweeney Todd
In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Edge writers gather to pitch in their love for the best female characters on TV.
Worms are excellent. In addition to their winning smiles and large donations to charity, worms…
Is the video game industry still a male-dominated market? Jack examines the ways in which video game representation should become more inclusive.
It’s time to start investing in a Nintendo Switch – Generation 8 of Pokémon is here!
Charlotte debates the ethics of converting mass murder into multimedia entertainment.