Adventures with the Painted People – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Written by David Greig Directed by Elizabeth Newman ★★★★ ‘Biodh gaol agad orm, tha gaol agam ort’. It’s how all the best love stories go, isn’t it? A connection forged through differences and gradual discovery. That and awakening tied within the House of the Dead. Previously David Greig’s acclaimed audio production Adventures with the Painted People compelled … Continue reading Adventures with the Painted People – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

JUDAS – The Living Record/Brighton Fringe

Written and Created by BeeJay Aubertin-Clinton ★★★★ He’s just hit the subscriber count of his dreams, and like all YouTubers, any milestone comes with temptation and reward for viewers; the greatest story ever told from the other side of the table as Juda Iscariot, the ultimate betrayer spills the tea on their version of events … Continue reading JUDAS – The Living Record/Brighton Fringe

Tennis Elbow – Pitlochry Festival Theatre & The Royal Lyceum

Written by John Byrne Directed by Elizabeth Newman ★★★ A linguistical legend within his own right, it’s been a fair few years since the Scottish writer John Byrne has produced a play. In 1977, the debut production of Writer’s Cramp catapulted Byrne into the hall of Scottish cultural nobility. From pen to palette, Tennis Elbow reverses the gender focus … Continue reading Tennis Elbow – Pitlochry Festival Theatre & The Royal Lyceum

Ghosts – National Theatre Scotland

https://youtu.be/imsXlSV-Ytg Written & Directed by Adura Onashile ★★★★ Surrounding the Merchant City, a construct name for an area of Glasgow, once Scotland’s centre of economics and culture, are the skeletons of its cruel and absent-minded past. A city constructed on the foundations of slavery, these frames are not the bones of the nameless men, women and … Continue reading Ghosts – National Theatre Scotland

Why I Left The Playground – Malarkey Theatre

Written by Drew Gill Directed by Abbie Craigmyle ★★★ How many of the kids you hung around with in the playground do you still speak to? Unless you’re from a small community, chances are that apart from the occasional message, they likely aren't all that prominent in your life. For all the drama, skinned knees … Continue reading Why I Left The Playground – Malarkey Theatre