The Plague Thing – The Space (online)

Written by Marcia Kelson ★★★★ Lamenting her lost time in quarantine, Enid spends her days in the pleasant company of the nurses and other care home residents but principally with herself. Lockdown has caused the isolation of so many across the globe, drawing attention to the ill effects which can potentially last longer than any … Continue reading The Plague Thing – The Space (online)

Magic Gareth Live! – Review

Produced by Gareth White ★★★★ August in Scotland. The only four days of sun you’ll experience, no one seems to be wearing a shirt and of course the much beloved or dreaded Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Well… perhaps not this year. Or just maybe, with a little bit of luck and determination, a certain few will … Continue reading Magic Gareth Live! – Review

Drowntown Lockdown – Barbicon Online

Writer and Choreographer: Rhiannon Faith Director: Adam Sheldon Lockdown has forced the hands of creativity to flourish in completely unexpected ways for many, and though several productions seek to transform their shows for a virtual or digital format, Rhiannon Faith’s Drowntown Lockdown, a short film, serves as a precursor to a future theatrical narrative, all the time … Continue reading Drowntown Lockdown – Barbicon Online

Scottish Opera – Fever! Teaching & Parental Resources

Continuing their commitment to broadening the scopes of opera and young minds across Scotland and the UK, Scottish Opera is making a wealth of materials and learning tools available to the public, aimed at children studying around the primary five-seven brackets. As of today (May 11th) schools and families will have access to online teaching … Continue reading Scottish Opera – Fever! Teaching & Parental Resources