A Night By The River Tay – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Directed by Amy Liptrott ★★★ Oh, the stories these waters could tell – from strife, famine and war to heartache and eternal lovers, the River Tay trickles a life force through the nation. The promised conclusion of the unique Shades of Tay project, which ran as digital audio productions, returns to the land for select performances overlooking … Continue reading A Night By The River Tay – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Distance Remaining – Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival

Written by Stewart Melton Directed By Caitlin Skinner ★★★ A woman living in the past, another desperate to break away from her present and a young man unsure of his future; Stewart Melton and Caitlin Skinner’s Distance Remaining follows the journeys of these three people as their tribulations and experiences test them in their endeavours to secure … Continue reading Distance Remaining – Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival

Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope – Stream Theatre

Written by Mark Farrelly Directed by Linda Marlowe ★★★★ Quentin Crisp, the infamous English writer, actor, and speaker was, in his own words, quite noticeable from an early age. A child from a conventional suburban background, Crisp was a gay man who seemed a touch of a contradiction – criticising gay liberation and the concept … Continue reading Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope – Stream Theatre

Black Is The Color Of My Voice – Stream Theatre

Written by Apphia Campbell  Directed by Arran Hawkins and Nate Jacobs ★★★★★ Apphia Campbell’s Fringe First award-winning show has enjoyed the successes of London, New York, Shanghai, and Edinburgh and now finds itself streaming digitally for the first time. Reflecting on the journey from church service to renowned vocalist and forefront of the Civil Rights … Continue reading Black Is The Color Of My Voice – Stream Theatre

A Splinter of Ice – King’s Theatre

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=ClZzN3dD6lE Written by Ben Brown Directed by Alan Strachan & Alastair Whatley ★★★★ Allegiances are a fragile concept, a peculiar unfaltering sense of loyalty and kinsmanship which places another’s safety ahead of ourselves. To overcome the innate ability to protect ourselves is a tremendous and (to some) curious ability. To lay down our lives in … Continue reading A Splinter of Ice – King’s Theatre