Lament for Sheku Bayoh – Edinburgh International Festival

https://youtu.be/sznbJ83Y_gU Written & Directed by Hannah Lavery ★★★★★ Scotland is notable for a friendly attitude towards everyone - a land thought of as a home for any. But within a nation in which cities were built on the broken backs of slaves, where the train rides home and its politicians open their mouths and spew … Continue reading Lament for Sheku Bayoh – Edinburgh International Festival

Jekyll and Hyde – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Adapted by Hannah Lavery Directed by Amy Liptrott ★★★★ On the duality of human nature, Robert Louis Stevenson’s peak gothic novella Jekyll and Hyde has been twisted and pulled and adapted and re-adapted countless times over. Flung into the reaches of Sci-Fi and gender-bent with varying consequences, but there’s always been one aspect underexplored. Until now. There’s … Continue reading Jekyll and Hyde – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

A Night By The River Tay – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Directed by Amy Liptrott ★★★ Oh, the stories these waters could tell – from strife, famine and war to heartache and eternal lovers, the River Tay trickles a life force through the nation. The promised conclusion of the unique Shades of Tay project, which ran as digital audio productions, returns to the land for select performances overlooking … Continue reading A Night By The River Tay – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

My Light Shines On – Ghost Light

Written by Hope Dickson Leach Direction of Photography by Kate Reid BSC ★★★★★ The streets may teem with life as ‘normality’ restores itself, but for many, this year will always sit as a stark reminder of the time the Festival city doused its lights for the safety of all. Well, we kept a few lights … Continue reading My Light Shines On – Ghost Light