Distance Remaining – Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival

Written by Stewart Melton Directed By Caitlin Skinner ★★★ A woman living in the past, another desperate to break away from her present and a young man unsure of his future; Stewart Melton and Caitlin Skinner’s Distance Remaining follows the journeys of these three people as their tribulations and experiences test them in their endeavours to secure … Continue reading Distance Remaining – Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival

Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope – Stream Theatre

Written by Mark Farrelly Directed by Linda Marlowe ★★★★ Quentin Crisp, the infamous English writer, actor, and speaker was, in his own words, quite noticeable from an early age. A child from a conventional suburban background, Crisp was a gay man who seemed a touch of a contradiction – criticising gay liberation and the concept … Continue reading Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope – Stream Theatre

A Splinter of Ice – King’s Theatre

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=ClZzN3dD6lE Written by Ben Brown Directed by Alan Strachan & Alastair Whatley ★★★★ Allegiances are a fragile concept, a peculiar unfaltering sense of loyalty and kinsmanship which places another’s safety ahead of ourselves. To overcome the innate ability to protect ourselves is a tremendous and (to some) curious ability. To lay down our lives in … Continue reading A Splinter of Ice – King’s Theatre

White Nights – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Written by Fyor Dostoevsky Adapted and Directed by Elizabeth Newman ★★★★ To many, the prospect of departing without leaving a mark is their greatest fear, to live a life which has had little to no significant impact. And at the very least there are those of us who have strived for a dream — irrespective … Continue reading White Nights – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

The Mother Load – The Royal Lyceum

Written by Lynda Radley Directed by Isobel McArthur ★★★★ It’s often remarked that there is nothing like childbirth, not the physical stresses and pain, nor the cacophony of fears, joy, terror, and love in the creation of a relationship between mother and their new “bean”. Continuing to produce the highest-quality audio dramas, even as live … Continue reading The Mother Load – The Royal Lyceum