Features

Breakfast at Tiffany’s: 50 years on

The Scotsman
12 January 2011
It’s been 50 years since Audrey Hepburn’s version of chic wild thing Holly Golightly first hit the big screen. Ever since, women have seen something compelling in her story – especially those not fooled by the ‘happy’ ending.

SUSan PHILIPSZ

The List
16 December 2010

Kirstin Innes talks to Glasgow’s second Turner Prize winner in as many years, the day before the prize announcement. Read full article

ORlando blooming: A Dream Becomes Reality

The Scotsman
29 September 2010

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My festival: Ian Rankin, author

The Scotsman
24 August 2010

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THE CRAWLING METROPOLIS

The List
14 August 2010
Kirstin Innes finds out about a new event aimed at making Glaswegians think politically about their city

oh, and let me tell you that i love you

The List
1q August 2010
With Caledonia, the National Theatre of Scotland is bringing hard-hitting political satire back to the Edinburgh International Festival

Andrew O’Hagan

The List
5 August 2010
Kirstin Innes talks to the author about his new book, The Life and Opinions of Maf the Dog and His Friend, Marilyn Monroe.

Downloading is about to create a revolution in publishing – but who will be winners and losers?

The Scotsman
28 April 2010
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La Dolce Vita at 50, and the Italian Film Festival

Scotland on Sunday
20 April 2010

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trilogy is the feminist Fringe hit that puts the treat into treatise

The Independent
8 January 2010

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Respectable In The Noughties

The List
2 December 2009
The last decade of Scottish culture has produced some of the most inspiring art in recent memory, with the birth of the National Theatre, the growth of the indie rock scene and the completion of the Scottish Parliament building proving the country’s commitment to bold statements and independent values. Kirstin Innes suggests we indulge in a little self-congratulation.
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Best of a decade: Black Watch

The List
2 December 2009
Powerful, dramatic and beautiful, Black Watch defined Scottish theatre of the last decade. Kirstin Innes talks to writer Gregory Burke about the play’s extraordinary success.
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Choose (after)life: david eagleman interview

The List

4 November 2009
Kirstin Innes meets David Eagleman, author of Sum, one of 2009’s most celebrated books.
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The F Word: 100 Years Of Scottish Feminism

The List
1 October 2009
As women from all over Scotland come together to celebrate the centenary of a landmark Suffragette march, Kirstin Innes looks at over 100 years of Scottish women’s activism and wonders when feminism became a dirty word.
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