Black Is The Color Of My Voice – Stream Theatre

Written by Apphia Campbell  Directed by Arran Hawkins and Nate Jacobs ★★★★★ Apphia Campbell’s Fringe First award-winning show has enjoyed the successes of London, New York, Shanghai, and Edinburgh and now finds itself streaming digitally for the first time. Reflecting on the journey from church service to renowned vocalist and forefront of the Civil Rights … Continue reading Black Is The Color Of My Voice – Stream Theatre

The Wind in the Willows – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Written by Kenneth Grahame Adapted by Mark Powell Directed by Elizabeth Newman ★★★★★ “All along the backwater, Through the rushes tall, Ducks are a-dabbling, Up tails all!” And what a joy to sit by the River Tummel and soak in the ancient landscape, the redolences of the summer, all under the watchful gaze of the still … Continue reading The Wind in the Willows – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Hamilton and Me: An Actor’s Journal by Giles Terera

Written by Giles Terera Available July 1st Concerning musical theatre, and the arts community in general, the past year has cemented one thing; people don’t appreciate the level of complexity and preparation which goes into live entertainment. And this isn’t even counting the on-the-night events of choreography, stage management or orchestral. No, the level of … Continue reading Hamilton and Me: An Actor’s Journal by Giles Terera

[Title of Show] – Trigger Theatre

Music & Lyrics by Jeff Bowen Book by Hunter Bell Directed by Ellie Higgins ★★★★ Feeling down about all of those camp, kitschy and ludicrous musicals we’ve missed out on over the pandemic? Even the terrible stinkers? Well, boy-oh-boy, do we have a show for you – [Title of Show] which feels like a tidal wave of … Continue reading [Title of Show] – Trigger Theatre

The Showstoppers’ Alternative Eurovision – Review

https://youtu.be/En5x5VlX4UM Directed by Andrew Pugsley ★★★ Not all heroes wear capes. Sometimes they wear spandex or glitterati bangles. Often, they wear trench coats and sunglasses. But truthfully, they wear scrubs, PPE, and uniform. In aid of the Care Workers Charity, The Showstoppers’ Alternative Eurovision returns to provide the comradery and camp entertainment we all so missed over … Continue reading The Showstoppers’ Alternative Eurovision – Review