Where to eat, drink and laugh at the Edinburgh Fringe

Published in Refinery29 on August 1, 2016

Edinburgh in August. The city heaves, every basement, lecture theatre or church transformed into a venue for theatre, comedy, circus and really weird performance art. There are over three thousand shows during the month, from school kids doing Shakespeare to Broadway hits arriving for the ‘proper’ Edinburgh International Festival, off the back of which the Fringe initially sprung up back in 1947. Continue reading “Where to eat, drink and laugh at the Edinburgh Fringe”

Generation Boring? British teenagers are partying less

Published in Refinery 29 on March 17, 2016

The series Fresh Meat returned to our screens recently – with the gang of Manchester students soon to graduate and face the real world. In the second episode, reluctant teen Luca is sent by his mum round to the flat share, to see how brilliant university life is. Continue reading “Generation Boring? British teenagers are partying less”