The Winter Lake – Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyMNgKOR8ZE&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=StrikeMedia Directed by Phil Sheerin Written by David Turpin Ireland/Canada/2021/92mins ★★★ In the solitude of the countryside, one often mistakes the harmonious landscape as safe and serene, unaware of the potential darkness lurking beneath the rolling hills and isolated beauty. It seems all too common that the bleak silence of rural life draws out the … Continue reading The Winter Lake – Review

Scottish Opera presents Humperdinck’s Hansel & Gretel – Preview

Starting with one heck of a sweet tooth, and a hand-full of classical fairy-tale magic, Scottish Opera launch into the 2021 season with their latest On-Screen production. Filmed at Glasgow's Theatre Royal in December of last year, Engelbert Humperdinck's Hansel & Gretel will be available to stream from 6pm on February 10th from the Scottish opera website … Continue reading Scottish Opera presents Humperdinck’s Hansel & Gretel – Preview

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

Peter Pan Live! – The Show Must Go On

https://youtu.be/mhHaUtRdqHA Written by Irene Mecchi Directed by Rob Ashford & Glenn Weiss ★★ For several years now, American television network NBC has been adapting beloved musicals into televised theatrical productions. Originally designed to air in early June – The Shows Must Go On moves forward, allowing the Americans their chance to show the world their … Continue reading Peter Pan Live! – The Show Must Go On

Strange Tales

Based on the stories by Pu Songling Adapter: Ewan Macdonald Written & Directed by Pauline Lockhart and Ben Harrison Our nightmares may be home to Kelpies, Redcaps and Banshees but for a different culture, who grew with the stories of Chinese writer Pu Songling, who five centuries ago wrote over five-hundred tales of demons, beasts … Continue reading Strange Tales