“Two of the most intense cinematic hours of my life” – Caroline Malcolm reviews Eye in the Sky, starring Helen Mirren and the late Alan Rickman.
As the celebrations continue in the Scottish Conservative camp, and the Scottish Labour party lick their wounds after a cataclysmic Scottish election, one has to ask if this is a sea-change in […]
Lauren has been the VP Communities at Stirling for two terms, and has decided now is the time to reveal nine confessions of a Sabbatical’s life.
Bruce Crawford has been re-elected as MSP for Stirling as the Conservatives become Holyrood’s second party.
Brig have teamed up with Scottish Rugby to offer some lucky soul two tickets to the Guinness Pro12 final at BT Murrayfield.
J.R.R Tolkien’s short story is “creatively explored” in this stage adaptation, writes Caroline Malcolm.
Macrobert Arts Centre recently showcased an incredible and special film called The Man Who Knew Infinity, reports Caroline Malcolm.
The Macrobert Young Company gives a chilling performance in Bassett, writes Caroline Malcolm.
Brig’s comment editor Amy Beveridge reveals her most shocking opinion – she’s not a fan of Friends.
A Stirling University group has launched its campaign to students calling on them to support a Stirling exit from the National Union of Students (NUS).