Home to Hip Hop – Scottish Storytelling Centre

https://youtu.be/7OtQ90j6YCA Written & Conceived by Peter "The Temp" Bearder Featuring Dr. Katie Ailes ★★★★ Reckon you don’t know much about poetry? Think again. From everyday usage, to civil rights speeches which challenge the status quo of the globe, the art form of spoken word has been a determining factor of countless decisions throughout history – … Continue reading Home to Hip Hop – Scottish Storytelling Centre

Death Drop – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/lLmwU48mnNQ Written by Holly Stars Directed by Jesse Jones ★★★★ Royalty has descended upon high to grace the rabble of Edinburgh this week at the King’s Theatre. And though they may gather with alternative motivations than once revealed, Lady Von Fistenburg’s anniversary dinner finds itself with a few more hiccups than a backed-up toilet and … Continue reading Death Drop – King’s Theatre

Life is a Dream – The Lyceum

Written by Pedro Calderón  Translated by Jo Clifford Directed by Wils Wilson ★★★★ No, you’re not dreaming. The Royal Lyceum is once more adorned with flickering lamp lights and opened stage doors. Once again, she welcomes residents of Scotland into her embrace, though with a minor stage-lift for this particular production. And you’d be forgiven … Continue reading Life is a Dream – The Lyceum

The Enemy – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/uxZ1QXpqBPw Directed by Finn Dern Hertog Written by Kieran Hurley (After Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People) ★★★★ Gentrifying urban spaces from lower-income areas is a wearying, complex and often a begrudging transformative aspect of contemporary Scotland. With various communities underfunded, underpopulated and a shadow of their once-proud market or port days, incoming businesses … Continue reading The Enemy – King’s Theatre

Ride the Eagle – Review

https://youtu.be/2UzyQ8QdpAM Written by Jake Johnson & Trent O'Donnell Directed by Trent O'Donnell USA/2021/88mins ★★★ It’s never too late to change or re-affirm a lost connection – even if one of them is recently deceased. Leif never had much of a relationship with his mother, Honey, the two drifting as she sought out her way in … Continue reading Ride the Eagle – Review