We Are All Just Little Creatures @ Traverse Theatre

Image contribution:Pete Dibdin Original Concept by Christine Devaney Directors: Christine Devaney, Maria Oller & Jo Timmins Composers: David Paul Jones & Kevin Lennon When was the last time you found yourself delighted? If you even remember the feeling at all. In uncertain times, we strive to maintain happiness, but delight is cast to the wayside. … Continue reading We Are All Just Little Creatures @ Traverse Theatre

Macbeth @ Festival Theatre

Image contribution:National Theatre Writer: William Shakespeare Director: Rufus Norris Despite its notoriety as the pinnacle of the theatrical world, few can adapt the Bard’s words well. We all know the tale, or at least we boast about knowing it. Macbeth is far from a straightforward production. A step to the left and it becomes dreary, dank and … Continue reading Macbeth @ Festival Theatre

(Can this be) Home @ Traverse Theatre

Writen and Directed by Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir Writing this on the eve of the original Brexit leave date – the realisation that the past three years have resulted in drastic changes amid no change whatsoever dawns even more. That after this turmoil, nothing has been accomplished. All that has happened is the separation of a … Continue reading (Can this be) Home @ Traverse Theatre

Kátya Kabanová @ Festival Theatre

Image contribution:James Glossop Music/Libretto of Leoš Janáček Directed by Stephen Lawless  Conducted by Stuart Stratford Scottish Opera continues its current season with their new co-production with Theater Magdeburg. Stephen Lawless’ staging of the statuesque beauty, both in libretto and design, of Leoš Janáček’s Kátya Kabanová. Adapted from Alexander Ostrovsky's play, The Storm it's a bittersweet tale of destiny, illicit love and isolation. … Continue reading Kátya Kabanová @ Festival Theatre

In the Willows @ Festival Theatre

Image:Richard Davenport Artistic Director, Book and Lyrics: Poppy Burton-Morgan Music and Lyrics: Keiran Merck Music: Pippa Cleary A nervous Mole, a belligerent Badger and one very irritable and lively Toad. Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows shall always remain a timeless classic in the hearts of children and adults alike, not just in the UK but across … Continue reading In the Willows @ Festival Theatre