The magazine for discerning professionals in Scotland
RedHanded is a magazine aimed at discerning professionals. Published four times a year and distributed free, content is top drawer and reflects the tastes and aspirations of people who want to enjoy the better things in life.
Started in Wales in 2003, the magazine has grown exponentially with the planned launch in Scotland due in Spring 2021.
Intelligently written and well designed, RedHanded steers clear of the bad taste pitfalls of many regional magazines preferring to address our readers as smart, informed adults who want a genuinely good magazine to read. By the same token, thanks to its grounded perspective it’s not aloof or remote. Feature led with plenty of big-name interviews, thought-provoking articles, fashion advice and fascinating regular columns covering everything from big-name interviews to sport to reviews to gadgets, RedHanded is essential reading if you want to keep up with the Joneses.
Whether you’re a reader looking for something relevant to how you live your life or an advertiser looking for something more appropriate to your business RedHanded will meet your needs and more.
Each one of our advertisers have access to a plethora of editorial opportunities from competitions, chef reviews, business owner interviews, product placement on our gift guides or gadget reviews, restaurant reviews, fashion shoots, book reviews, and more.
Arusa Qureshi, Editor
Arusa Qureshi is an award-winning writer and editor, with a particular focus on music, diversity and accessibility within arts and culture. She is the former Editor of The List, a current Commissioning Editor at Bella Caledonia and has had work appear in the Guardian, the Scotsman, gal-dem, Gold Flake Paint and more
Paul Mulligan, Publisher
Founder of RedHanded Magazine with a successful track record in publishing and sales. Paul is based in Wales and looks after a suite of magazines across the United Kingdom.
RedHanded Magazine, Scotland does not have any political bias and does not engage in politics. We are a diverse team, from various backgrounds and do not debate or discuss religion in our publications. The title 'RedHanded Magazine' is derived from the following idioms referring directly to not being caught red-handed without a copy of the magazine.
"To be caught red-handed means to be caught in the midst of committing a crime or so soon after the commission of a crime that the evidence is overwhelming. Like most idioms, the term was first used in a fairly literal sense."