Monthly Archives: February 2013

Freedom of Hate?

This is an older post from the 21st Floor, but I am reposting as it is relevant to a discussion I’ve had recently —————————————— If I walk up to a black guy and say “I fucking hate you, go back … Continue reading

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A Time for reflection 3 – The Womenz

I’ve seen a lot of criticism about people who are not within a minority or put upon group speaking out about the problems said group experiences.  When debates on gay rights don’t include a homosexual or even bi sexual panellist … Continue reading

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After the Wave- a review

I love physical theatre and wanted to love this so very much.  It is often thrown around as an insult that a piece of work is “studenty”.  Indeed, it conjures an image of poor performances, theatrical clichés, lazy tech and … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name?

Edinburgh, nicknamed Auld Reekie1 .  A name recognised throughout the world.  Scotland’s capital city since 1437.  But Edinburgh has only existed in name for less than 1000 years.  What does it mean?  What was it called previously?  Well, the second … Continue reading

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Gloomy Sunday

This post was originally published on The 21st Floor. Music is one of the most powerful, emotive and important “inventions” of all time.  It can unite people in ways other things can’t.  At a football match songs can ring from … Continue reading

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