Mary and Max – Retrospective Review

https://youtu.be/MgRjB8PEDkM Written & Directed by Adam Elliot Australia/2009/92 Mins ★★★★★ A two-fold coming-of-age narrative ‘Mary and Max’ (2009) charters the progression of Mary’s, a young, ‘chubby’ and socially anxious Australian into a woman, friendship with Max, a middle-aged Atheistic Jew in America. Pen pals, a support system, their friendship grows as Mary seeks an escape … Continue reading Mary and Max – Retrospective Review

Scenes For Survival Launch – National Theatre Scotland

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYBt6zCi5pg At this moment, Theatre is fighting tooth & nail for our right to express a freedom of creativity, and engage an appreciation of what we, as a community, can produce. What finer way to demonstrate the capabilities of exceptionally talented individuals coming together, than with a composite of forty-plus digital artworks produced in isolation. … Continue reading Scenes For Survival Launch – National Theatre Scotland

Raise The Curtain – Capital Theatre’s Digital Engagement

"The curtain will rise again. But until then, we invite you to Discover it. Create it. Perform it" From the heart of one of the nation’s Theatrical epicentres, Capital Theatre, managing charity for Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre, King’s Theatre and The Studio announces Raise the Curtain, a wide-range of events and digital activities to engage with … Continue reading Raise The Curtain – Capital Theatre’s Digital Engagement

The Boy Who Sold the World

Directed by Adam Barton ★★ It doesn’t matter what idea you come up with, just so long as you can sell it. The thirsty fangs of capitalism seek to draw talent from any source, but if you want to plant your feet in its home territory, then America is the place to be. Ben Pasternak, “The … Continue reading The Boy Who Sold the World

Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh enters ‘hibernation’ period

Having closed its doors on March 16th this year, The Royal Lyceum Edinburgh is now postponing all shows until at least Spring 2021. Making it clear they would not announce their season until they secure information for when audiences will able to safely attend. Suffering a loss of £700,000 in income due to the pandemic, … Continue reading Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh enters ‘hibernation’ period