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Laura Aish

I am the Digital Editor for Film and Television at Epigram, alongside my PhD study at University of Bristol. I am also a freelance filmmaker, film tutor and photographer.

ARTICLES BY Laura Aish

Review: 'The Place at the Bridge' Livestream @ Tobacco Factory

The Place at the Bridge is currently being performed at the Tobacco Factory Theatre by the Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory group(STF). With a run time of around forty-five minutes, I was really excited to watch my first bit of live-streamed theatre!
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Sense: Sight

The Croft Magazine // Laura Aish introduces the travel section's new 'Sense' series, celebrating the most memorable sights, sounds, smells, tastes and touches that our writers have experienced travelling. We start with her account of an Icelandic glacial walk.
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International Women's Day Editor's Picks

8 March every year is International Women's Day worldwide. This year, the team at Film & TV are sharing our favourite films made by women
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Top tips to reduce interview stress

By Laura Aish, Digital Film & TV Editor The Croft Magazine // Feeling nervous and stressed ahead of an interview, work
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2020 Onscreen

With 2020 just around the corner, our Film & TV Editorial team have compiled a list of the films and TV shows we are most looking forward to in the coming decade
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Turkey with a side of revision

Your box of Quality Street this Christmas deserves to be accompanied by Love Actually, not RePlay. Here are some tips on how to enjoy the Christmas break while still finding time for those looming exams.
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Dick Whittington @ Bristol Hippodrome ★★★★★

Dick Whittington has arrived at the Bristol Hippodrome and just in time for Christmas. Starring Shane Richie in the titular role, the show was full of energy and worth a visit this Christmas.
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Political Films Editor's Picks

As the General Election draws near and politics is all around us, Film & TV's Editorial team have picked out our favourite pieces of political cinema to mix up your political intake
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