Deputy Editor, Maddie Lock, sits down with up-and-coming alt-rock band Artemis. Hailing from Southampton, they talk about challenges they face in the industry, their name and all things to come for this kick-arse band.
Louise Chase writes about why clubs should stay closed as we approach 2020 Freshers. Louise highlights other experiences that returning and new students can do in the city other than clubbing.
If you could mastermind your own mega music tour, who would you have? Writer, Katie Evans, does just that!
Not sure what the nightlife is like in Southampton? Or what the best clubs are? Well, some of The Edge writers offer their take on some of our most popular nights out on the town.
The Art Gallery is home to incredibly well-known artists such as Monet and Renoir, Becky Davies and Kay Miller verdict it as the true hidden gem of Southampton.
Live editor, Jo Lisney, gives a throwback to a venue which she holds dear to her heart and discusses why our venues need to be saved.
SoCo Music Project are currently looking for performers to be part of ‘Busking in Southampton’.
Check out a busy week in News from classic films turning 25 to Southampton’s local pantomime being cancelled.
Is theatre for the masses, or only the wealthy? Elizabeth Sorrell investigates the accessibility of the arts.
Due to COVID-19, all venues had to close their doors to the public to ensure our safety. Writers from The Edge all reflect on their most beloved music venues and express why they miss them so much.
Sam Pegg gives some insight on Jesting Dog Productions, the newest student-run Southampton phenomenon.
Jo Lisney tells us why local band Dali are Da-best band out there at the moment
It has been confirmed that no buyer has been found after the theatres went into administration in May.