Catriona Davidson blasts The Invisible Life in her review of the film currently showing at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, describing it as “pretentious”.Read more
Catriona Davidson joined Young Perspective in September 2013, concentrating largely on theatre reviews in Edinburgh. Among her articles was a controversial review of Stewart Lee which the comedian featured on his website. Catriona stopped writing for this website in 2015 and everyone at Young Perspective would like to wish her all the best with her future endeavours.
Catriona Davidson reviews X/Y at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, describing the film as not “soppy or cliched”, but still “rather forgettable.”Read more
Catriona Davidson reviews Let Us Prey at the EIFF, a film which tells the story of WPC Rachel Heggie’s first night on the job at a new police station.Read more
Catriona Davidson reviews Propeller’s fantastic production of William Shakespear’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, featuring a brilliant all-male cast.Read more
God hates us. God hates soldiers, the media, gays, Jews, black people – God just hates the world. I mean, we’ve all had that problem right? You spend all that […]Read more
Catriona Davidson reviews the classic musical Singin’ in the Rain at Edinburgh Festival Theatre describing it as ‘a spirited and awe-inspiring performance’Read more