Yann Tiersen may dress down for the stage but his music is certainly on the way up. The composer of the distinctive Amélie soundtrack promotes his new album.Read more
ARTS EDITOR — Fiona Brewis, 18, is currently studying German with Chinese at the University of Warwick, where she manages her degree alongside her duties as Arts Editor of Young Perspective and President of German society. Her love for writing stemmed from an insatiable thirst for reading as a child, and she hopes to one day publish a novel. Fiona’s creative work has also been published in various Young Writers collections and she has additionally published two articles for the Herald newspaper. She first found out about Young Perspective when studying English at school with Editor Isaac Callan and was attracted by its presence on social media to begin writing for it.
Coverage of a few events from the Edinburgh International Book Festival’s calendar, including a highlight with wildlife expert Chris Packham.Read more
The Completely Improvised Full Band Musical returns year after year to entertain audiences at the Fringe. Fiona Brewis investigates the fuss.Read more
Riotous fun and a sweep of high-flying card tricks can only mean one thing; Javier Jarquin, otherwise branded as Card Ninja, is back in Edinburgh.Read more
An interesting idea which unfortunately doesn’t quite meet its comic expectations, The Eulogy does however earn points for inventive audience participation.Read more
There are too many shows and not enough time to see them, many worth a mention but in the hectic schedule of the Festival easily lost. Here are a few more.Read more