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Sarah Howells

Bio

Sarah is a Welsh writer who came to Scotland via Asia in 2002. Whilst slowly writing her first novel and collection of short stories, she frequently falls prey to many procrastinatory habits - raising children, dog-walking, ukulele-playing, blogging, baking and reviewing since 2012. Her day job at the Central Library includes facilitating reading and memoir-writing groups.

Personal Website

www.domesticharpy.co.uk

29 May 2016

Annie Lord: Bones


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History as zen exercise: quiet incisiveness that compels the audience to listen with intent.

3 May 2016

24 Mar 2016

15 Mar 2016

Ulrich Schnauss


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A treat for aficionados but Schnauss fails to fire up the Summerhall crowd beyond a nod.

14 Mar 2016

The Dead Stations


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Powerful and intriguing foray into creative partnerships at the Queen’s Hall.

22 Feb 2016

Julia Holter


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An evening of dappled music as part of Summerhall’s Nothing Ever Happens Here with Julia Holter.

5 Dec 2015

ReCOVERy


Opinion

Gently powerful series of connected artworks by E. Clare James bring home the invisible yet devastating concept of coercive control as researched by Evan Stark.

1 Dec 2015

1 Nov 2015

South Pacific


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An enjoyable escape to palm-fringed islands in this energetic production of Rogers & Hammerstein’s classic and much-loved musical.

16 Aug 2015

12 Aug 2015

9 Aug 2015

8 Aug 2015

Interview: Dandy Darkly


Interview

Neil Arthur James’s alter ego Dandy Darkly is back in Edinburgh with brand new show Trigger Happy. Sarah McIntosh caught up with him on a quiet lunchtime at CC Blooms…

21 Jul 2015

20 Jul 2015