TVBomb is an online arts & culture magazine.
It is a cultural beast, tackling the social structures which threaten to drive artistic innovation into the ground. TVBomb is about fresh, direct and unbiased analysis, pushing towards a productive and progressive discussion of Scottish art and the wider cultural scene. It is equally a political animal, which thrives on contemporary and relevant discourse, enabling sharp criticism and insightful exchanges about theatre, film and music.
Born in London and abandoned by its parents, TVBomb was adopted by a group of young, caring Edinburgh students who fed it on the film, theatre and music the city has to offer. They brought up TVBomb with the knowledge that print media is in decline and mainstream arts criticism frequently ignores wider culture. With this in mind, TVBomb decided to use social media and political analysis directed at students and young adults to help right that wrong. Pretty forward thinking for a two year old.
Our main readership is young Edinburghites with a thirst for cultural criticism instead of blogs and now even the original parents are asking for a bit of the Bomb back. With fans from all over the UK we are by no means limited in our coverage of the arts and seek to present quality writing that all can enjoy.