Amy Wong Amy Wong

Deputy Editor (2015)
News Editor (2014/15)
Deputy Sub Editor (2013/14)

Amy has written 115 articles for Nouse

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Where Do Little Birds Go?

Amy Wong uncovers a ‘haunting’ one woman show which sensitively depicts a real-life Kray kidnapping

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: The Lost Girls

Reviewer Amy Wong gives us her view of a promising and disquieting production by Fringe Firsts, Sod’s Law Theatre

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Titus Andronicus

Tripped Theatre fall flat as they take on Shakespeare’s bloodiest play and make a few cuts of their own. Amy Wong reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Confessions of a Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl

A highly uplifting and well-refined one woman play makes a lasting impression on reviewer Amy Wong

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: My Beautiful Black Dog

Aiming to capture what life is like with depression, this punk play has plenty of bark, but not quite enough might. Amy Wong reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: China Doll: A Neuropera in Four Seasons

With sparks of light humour illuminating a disconcerting plot, China Doll captivates reviewer, Amy Wong

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 review: Damsels in Success: Fairytales Retold

Not Cricket’s Productions’s take on fairytale classics entertain children and impress reviewer Amy Wong

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Fourth Monkey’s Grimm Tales: Hansel and Gretel

Amy Wong is left with a handful of breadcrumbs as she tries to piece together the point of Fourth Monkey’s grim fail

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 review: Garden

Amy Wong digs-up a touching one woman show in her latest Fringe find

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 review: Shakespeare Untold: The PieMaker’s Tale

A humorous version of Titus Andronicus comes in at just the right pitch for a Children’s adaptation, according to Amy Wong

Edinburgh Fringe 2015 Review: Shakespeare Untold: The Party Planner’s Tale

Kicking off our coverage of the Edinburgh Fringe, Amy Wong finds that a ‘scattergun’ retelling of Romeo & Juliet has plenty of ammunition but still manages to shoot itself in the foot

Computer Science department in ‘serious’ data security breach

Minutes of confidential meetings which named students who had failed the year were made publicly available via Google