balletLORENT showcase their singular spin on a classic tale, promising magic with a bite.
Brig Arts invites students and staff to take part in our very own book club.
With Netflix dominating many people’s leisure time, Caroline Malcolm-Boulton considers the pros and cons of using this entertainment giant.
Against The Current play their third headline show in Glasgow – and Andrew Henderson was there to see it for Brig.
At a time of political tug of war, who can you trust? Arts editor Hayley Burrell reviews stage thriller Democracy.
Bridget Jones’s Baby brought both laughs and tears as the female legend graces cinema screens once more.
The opera will play its second Scottish date at the Macrobert on Saturday September 24.
Brig’s Jack Pickles on the “sexy, unhinged, unique” experience of seeing July Talk live in Glasgow.
The celebrated author will appear at the Logie lecture theatre on October 11, where he will read extracts from his Booker-winning book The Famished Road and hold a Q & A.
ITV’s Victoria is so full of historical inaccuracies that it’s more fiction than fact, writes Caroline Malcolm-Boulton.