Holly Woolnough

Chief Sub-Editor (2015/16)

Holly has written 20 articles for Nouse

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Madwoman In The Attic

Madwoman In The Attic is a tightly constructed piece of theatre. Holly Woolnough reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Matt Forde: It’s My Political Party

Matt Forde fields an impressive work in progress. Holly Woolnough reviews

Edinburgh 2016 Review: Ruby Thomas: Chick

Ruby Thomas’ character sketch comedy starts strong, but doesn’t quite deliver. Holly Woolnough reviews

Edinburgh 2016 Review: Carol Ann Duffy and John Sampson

Duffy’s poetry and Sampson’s music come together brilliantly. Holly Woolnough reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Naomi Petersen: I am Telling You I’m Not Going

Holly Woolnough ventures down into a small, dark space to learn about agoraphobia in Naomi Petersen’s show, I am Telling You I’m Not Going

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: Elf Lyons: Pelican

Elf Lyons emits a refreshing stage presence in Pelican. Holly Woolnough reviews

Edinburgh Fringe 2016 Review: The Shambles

Holly Woolnough finds quick-fire hilarity in this inventive improv performance by York’s own ComedySoc

Review: King Lear

King Lear is a commendable, albeit conventional, piece of Shakespeare. Holly Woolnough reviews

Fashion International – AW16 Show Report

Laser cut outs and thick knits bring a new twist to familiar silhouettes

Fashion DNA – AW16 Show Report

A trio of emerging designers celebrate cross-cultural tastes

Cutting Corners

In wake of the V&A’s recent decision to hire all staff under their private wing, Holly Woolnough discusses the government cuts to arts funding

Watching the Clock

Holly Woolnough examines Christian Boltanski’s new exhibition Faire-part, and discusses the artist’s exploration of time, art and death