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

The Wind in the Willows – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Written by Kenneth Grahame Adapted by Mark Powell Directed by Elizabeth Newman ★★★★★ “All along the backwater, Through the rushes tall, Ducks are a-dabbling, Up tails all!” And what a joy to sit by the River Tummel and soak in the ancient landscape, the redolences of the summer, all under the watchful gaze of the still … Continue reading The Wind in the Willows – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

The House of Cenci – Parabolic Theatre

Created by Chloe Mashiter, Zoe Flint, Amy Strike and Owen Kingston ★★★★★ An abandoned manor home, vast and glorious even in its shadowed state, but something other than spectres lurk the hallways. The cold tendrils of science-fiction work their way into the superlative marble of historical drama, marrying the tragedy of the past with the … Continue reading The House of Cenci – Parabolic Theatre

All On Her Own – MZG Theatre Productions

Written by Terence Rattigan Directed by Alastair Knights ★★★★ It isn’t all champagne and memories, as a sinister shadow lurks over Rosemary’s face, both metaphorical and literal. As the whiskey sours into the air, a toxic presence emerges as Rosemary confronts the truth about her late husband. Rosemary begins to answer for Gregory, filling in … Continue reading All On Her Own – MZG Theatre Productions

The Poltergeist – Southwark Playhouse

Written by  Philip Ridley Directed by  Wiebke Green ★★★★★ The level of dedication and pressure placed onto a “child prodigy” is a notoriously gruesome affair. And all too often this expectation snaps, and we find those of immeasurable talent searching out humble jobs with “normal” lives. Sasha is one such star who has dipped. From … Continue reading The Poltergeist – Southwark Playhouse