Catfish & The Bottlemen performed an unforgettable show at Portsmouth’s Wedgewood Rooms, leaving quite a mark on Edge Writer Marcus Bridgland.
Sam Smith stunned the crowd at the first of his sold out shows at Hammersmith’s Eventim Apollo.
Tom Odell provides the soundtrack for this year’s John Lewis Christmas advert with his rendition of John Lennon’s ‘Real Love’.
Our Editor looks at the different incarnation of various supernatural creatures in TV, and crowns a winner.
Blasting back onto the music scene this year, perhaps Jamie T’s return is more monetary based than musical?
Our writer Harrison Abbott talks about his attendance at the David Fincher BAFTA event, celebrating the director’s career in the pictures with the participation of Fincher himself.
Our writers discuss the various adaptations of vampires across television and cinema from Being Human’s John Mitchell to Twilight’s Edward Cullen all the way back to 1922’s Nosferatu’s Graf Orlok.
This week sees the return of many shows including Citizen Khan, Modern Family and Vampire Diaries, as well as the final ever season of Two and a Half Men.
The Edge Reviews the Classics takes on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein for the Halloween period.
Captivating, disturbing and yet riotously funny, POSH is a play that has the audience fluctuating between uproarious laughter and stunned silence, says Naomi Lucking.
Lady Gaga has delivered, where she will forever have an army of devoted fans that appreciate her artistic endeavours and her ability to really sing.
Katherine Ryan in Glam Role Model takes on the big topics such as celebrity obsession, the idealisation of decorations, abortion and even Oscar Pistorius.
This week sees the release of Horns, Nightcrawler and the winner of Best Film at the BFI London Film Festival, CITIZENFOUR.
Jake Bugg lit up Alexandra Palace, accompanied by Hudson Taylor and Misty Miller.