The Lyceum Christmas Tales – Royal Lyceum Theatre

https://youtu.be/XqBNcCFp2SM Directed by Zinnie Harris & Wils Wilson Written by Louise Ironside, Jackie Kay, Lynda Radley & Shona Reppe ★★★★ A Christmas past, a Christmas present and looking to Christmases yet to come, The Royal Lyceum Theatre strips bare the hallowed stalls of their stage to ensure the spirit of theatre presents itself to hungry … Continue reading The Lyceum Christmas Tales – Royal Lyceum Theatre

Endless – Review

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8V45tinTkg Directed by Scott Speer Written by Andre Case ★★ There are few more reprehensible turmoils than the sudden death of a young loved one. Following the death of her boyfriend - unable to move on, a young woman hears his voice as he desperately seeks to help protect her from the growing threats encompassing … Continue reading Endless – Review

The Mortuary Collection – Fantasia Film Festival

https://youtu.be/6rOLJspigpc Written & Directed by Ryan Spindell USA/ 2020/ 110mins ★★★★★ Hedging bets on spectacle, poetic language and loving references, Ryan Spindell’s The Mortuary Collection seeks to emulate the masters of horror (without their budgets of course). Where money is tight, ingenuity follows, and where love for a subject matter blossoms – so too does an exceptionally … Continue reading The Mortuary Collection – Fantasia Film Festival

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

An Edinburgh Christmas Carol – The Royal Lyceum

Adapted and Directed by Tony Cownie From the novel by Charles Dickens Instilling our most cherished festive tale, with the façade of our fair city, should be a winning combination which sits alongside holly and ivy, wine and mistletoe or the Queen’s Speech and a power nap. An Edinburgh Christmas Carol places Ebenezer Scrooge, the original curmudgeon, … Continue reading An Edinburgh Christmas Carol – The Royal Lyceum