Wilf – Traverse Theatre

Written by James Ley Directed by Gareth Nicholls ★★★★ It’s you’re classic tale: Boy loves boy, boy leaves boy, boy rediscovers himself, and boy trails the highlands and lowlands of Scotland searching for unsolicited sex whilst in his newly christened Volkswagen. Think of it as your classic road-trip film, but with lube, lots of lube. … Continue reading Wilf – Traverse Theatre

Christmas Dinner – Royal Lyceum theatre

Written by Robert Alan Evans Directed by Gill Robertson ★★★★ This time of year is complex. For as much as we adore Christmas and suffered with the break from traditional Festive gatherings and parties (well, some of us did…) - one cannot blame those who perhaps wish that Christmas was cancelled. From the busy schedules … Continue reading Christmas Dinner – Royal Lyceum theatre

Encanto – Review

https://youtu.be/togmdDHG3Pw Written by Charise Castro Smith & Jared Bush Directed by Jared Bush & Byron Howard USA/ 2021/ 102 mins ★★★★★ The sixtieth animated feature to reveal itself from the Walt Disney Vault, Encanto continues the companies’ ongoing exploration of cultures outside of traditional Western fables or European folklore. Turning their eye towards the dense, emerald forests of Columbia, … Continue reading Encanto – Review

Heathers The Musical – Edinburgh Playhouse

Books, Music & Lyrics by Kevin Murphy and Laurence O'Keefe Directed by Andy Fickman ★★★★ Dear Diary; This evening, a glorification of suicide, loss, slut-shaming and high-notes were woven into a musical extravaganza – capitalising on the peak interest of nostalgia, and every second of it was mean-spirited, snappy, and sheer perfection. Heathers, the cinematic classic, … Continue reading Heathers The Musical – Edinburgh Playhouse

A Christmas Carol – Citizen’s Theatre/Tramway

Based on Charles Dickens Classic Written by Neil Bartlett Directed by Dominic Hill ★★★★★ More than ever, the tale of the gnarled heart of a man with wealth, enough wealth to change the lives of many, but turns an eye is an all too familiar tale in contemporary life. As the Westernised ideal of Christmas … Continue reading A Christmas Carol – Citizen’s Theatre/Tramway