The Sorrows of Satan – Brocket Hall

Book and Lyrics by Michael Conley Music by Luke Bateman Directed by Adam Lenson ★★★★ Callous, cunning, and controversial – Satan is equally loved as a literary obstacle as he is a theological adversary. And if the devil hasn’t been the inspiration for a tale of warning, his involvement with the infamous Faust, the quintessential … Continue reading The Sorrows of Satan – Brocket Hall

The Snow Queen: An Online Storytelling Adventure – Iris Theatre

Adapted & Directed by Natasha Rickman ★★ From the laboratory of myths, fairy tales and storytelling – stories are collected, studied, and shared across the world from one realm to another. You see, Holly tells stories. They are brought to her door where she then undertakes the vitally significant role in sharing them with the … Continue reading The Snow Queen: An Online Storytelling Adventure – Iris Theatre

Dial M For Murder – King’s Theatre

Written by Frederick Knott Directed by Anthony Banks Let’s admit one thing; if at one time or another you haven't concocted the ‘perfect’ murder – you're likely the one to worry about. How we would get away with it, tying the loose threads together to ensure no slip-ups or the lavish costumes involved - we've … Continue reading Dial M For Murder – King’s Theatre

Oor Wullie The Musical – King’s Theatre

Book & Lyrics: Scott Gilmour Music: Claire McKenzie Director: Andrew Panton Being blunt, the concept of drawing on an eighty-year-old comic script – rife with slang, Dundonian heritage and is as quintessentially Scottish as Irn Bru chews and Haggis Pakora could leave a potential unpleasant taste in the mouth if done tacky. Capitalising on nostalgia … Continue reading Oor Wullie The Musical – King’s Theatre

Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of) – Royal Lyceum Theatre

Written by Isobel McArthur after Jane Austen Directed by Paul Brotherston Ignore everything you may have thought you knew about Jane Austen’s literary classic Pride & Prejudice; Isobel McArthur is about to change your entire perception. It takes a vision to reinvigorate a text, especially one with as countless adaptations, stiffness and dust that Pride & Prejudice conjure … Continue reading Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of) – Royal Lyceum Theatre