Jodie Leith



Interview: Kieran Hurley, Co-creator of The Enemy

20th October 2021

We catch up with theatre writer and former Glasgow Uni student, Kieran Hurley, about The Enemy – a modern re-working of Henrik Ibsen’s iconic play which has been re-imagined and relocated to Scotland. The playwright, writer, actor, and former University of Glasgow student, Kieran Hurley, is all set to debut his latest work, The Enemy, in ...


A post-TRNSMT catch-up with Glasgow’s music scene

16th October 2021

 We caught up with some of Glasgow’s most exciting up-and-coming bands (Spyres, Gallus, and Voodoos) about their time at TRNSMT. TRNSMT 2021 was a riot. Glasgow locals were technically granted a free show, with The Chemical Brothers’ pulsing bass thrums broadcasting all the way from Pollokshields to Partick. In the aftermath of TRNSMT fever, The ...


Holly Humberstone: ‘I’m not really a ‘fashion guru’ but I love shiny things, clutter, and lots of layers’

25th September 2021

Culture Editors Jodie Leith and Chloe Waterhouse catch up with indie singer-songwriter Holly Humberstone backstage at TRNSMT ahead of her King Tut’s set. At just 21 years old, English indie singer-songwriter Holly Humberstone has experienced a whirlwind two years in the increasingly bright musical limelight – progressing at a whiplash-inducing speed from uploading tracks to BBC ...


Wolf Alice: ‘We want Lawrence Chaney and Kieran Tierney to come to our Glasgow show’

4th September 2021

Culture Editor Jodie Leith chatted earlier in the year with Theo Ellis and Joff Oddie of Wolf Alice about their latest album, Blue Weekend, balancing expectation with growth, and why they’re guest-listing Lawrence Chaney and Kieran Tierney. Following the success of their debut album, My Love Is Cool, and four years after the following album ...