Could It Be Magic? – Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Written and Performed by Paul Aitchison ★★★ Lights, camera, MAGIC. And well, there’s undoubtedly a fair whack of the latter taking place this evening, and why wouldn’t there be? For tonight, the lucky residents of Edinburgh are here to judge the most prestigious prize within the magical community. So, stuff the Magic Circle, say no … Continue reading Could It Be Magic? – Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Patricia Gets Ready (For a Date with a Man who Used to Hit Her) – EICC

Written by Martha Watson Allpress Directed by Kaleya Baxe Performed by Angelina Chudi ★★★★★ There’s absolutely nothing worse than running into your Ex right? The awkwardness, the ambition to be in a better place, the latent feelings of adoration, anxiety, and fear. Yes, fear. For some, running into an Ex is an annoyance, and for … Continue reading Patricia Gets Ready (For a Date with a Man who Used to Hit Her) – EICC

The Importance of Being Earnest…? – Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Directed by Simon Parris Written by Josh King ★★★★ Let’s be frank: The Importance of Being Earnest, despite its status as a classic, is a faint and formulaic production which many seek not to experiment with or alter outside of Oscar Wilde’s original comedic trivialisations. The tale in which protagonists maintain fictitious identities to escape the … Continue reading The Importance of Being Earnest…? – Edinburgh International Conference Centre

1902 – Leith Arches

Directed by Nathan Scott-Dunn and Sands Stirling ★★★★ There pertains this elitist myth that art and sport (specifically theatre and football) don’t share a common ground, let alone a common audience. Nonsense. Sport is theatre. Theatre is sport. And let’s be frank, a fair heft of football involves grander performances than those of the National … Continue reading 1902 – Leith Arches

Styx – Assembly Spiegeltent Palais Du VARIÉTÉ

Produced by Second Body ★★★★ What any of us would surrender for the chance to speak with a departed loved one, even for just one moment. Mythos is founded on the concept of speaking to those beyond the veil, music a tribute to them. Styx, an award-winning concert experience of storytelling, centring itself around family, loss, … Continue reading Styx – Assembly Spiegeltent Palais Du VARIÉTÉ