Home – Review

https://youtu.be/AaDxGcmIc64 Written & Directed by Franka Potente Germany/2020/100mins ★★★★ Revenge and reconciliation. Forgiveness takes more than accepting an apology – and to truly repent, it takes more than showing a brave face at the local Church. An eye for an eye may seem the viable option for some, but the agony and dredging of emotion … Continue reading Home – Review

The Covid Requiem – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Written & Performed by Jo Clifford and Lesley Orr Directed by Amy Liptrott ★★★ When is the right time to talk about Covid? How, or even should we reflect during an ongoing pandemic? When are we able to talk and share the experiences and stories of those who struggled, those who did not make it? … Continue reading The Covid Requiem – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Still – Traverse Theatre

Written by Frances Poet Directed by Gareth Nicholls ★★★★ Pain is a difficult thing to communicate. It manifests in a myriad of intricate and contorting ways – emotional, mental and physical.  Still is Frances Poet's effort to capture varying experiences of it. Gaynor, a housebound mother confined by chronic pain, is awaiting the birth of her … Continue reading Still – Traverse 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

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