Agatha Christie and the Truth of Murder – Review

https://youtu.be/2apnlrZmv28 Directed by Terry Loane Writer: Tom Dalton ★★★ n 1926, for eleven days history’s best-selling novelist Agatha Christie underwent her most elusive mystery as she disappeared – the events of which are still unknown. This, as one can imagine, enables a tremendously tempting narrative tool: speculation. From plotting violent revenge against her husband, to … Continue reading Agatha Christie and the Truth of Murder – Review

Dial M For Murder – King’s Theatre

Written by Frederick Knott Directed by Anthony Banks Let’s admit one thing; if at one time or another you haven't concocted the ‘perfect’ murder – you're likely the one to worry about. How we would get away with it, tying the loose threads together to ensure no slip-ups or the lavish costumes involved - we've … Continue reading Dial M For Murder – King’s Theatre

An Inspector Calls – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

https://youtu.be/2p9isHNLrkI Written by J.B Priestley Directed by Stephen Daldry It’s a visit none of us desires, when An Inspector Calls, compelling us to reveal the slightest detail, even if we haven’t done anything wrong. What though, if you had done something? No matter how trivial it may seem, what if your actions had led to something … Continue reading An Inspector Calls – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Bible John – Pleasance Courtyard

Written by Caitlin McEwan Directed by Lizzie Manwaring A recipient of Pleasance's Charlie Hartill Theatre Reserve 2019, Poor Michelle offer their interpretation on a killer who was never caught, and the culture surrounding him – Bible John. Gaze around this festival and one prevalent feature will leap at you: serial killers. Musicals, theatre and comedies … Continue reading Bible John – Pleasance Courtyard