Twelfth Night: Live! – Maltings Theatre

Written by William Shakespeare Directed by Adam Nichols ★★★ Suffering from a little cabin fever? Well, how about escaping aboard the SS Illyria with a G&T in hand and scandal unfolding directly from your lounge? This is precisely what The Maltings Theatre is promising with their abridged, musically interactive version of Shakespeare’s classic romantic comedy Twelfth … Continue reading Twelfth Night: Live! – Maltings Theatre

Rambert – Festival Theatre

Artistic Director: Benoit Swan Pouffer A dancer’s ability stretches beyond the confines of simple movement, as storytellers, a superbly talented dancer is also a crafter of narrative. At times, the lack of a voice has drawbacks, but Rambert (in particular) excels in the extraordinary, the delicate marriage of movement and tale. A trio of performances, which couldn’t … Continue reading Rambert – Festival Theatre

The Snow Queen – Festival Theatre

Based on the Hans Christian Andersen Choreography by Christopher Hampson Design by Lez Brotherston Music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov Reworking the timeless tale by Hans Christian Anderson, no doubt borrowing from Walt Disney’s adaptation of the story, Scottish Ballet continues into the closure of its 50th anniversary with The Snow Queen. In this version, the deviating … Continue reading The Snow Queen – Festival Theatre

An Edinburgh Christmas Carol – The Royal Lyceum

Adapted and Directed by Tony Cownie From the novel by Charles Dickens Instilling our most cherished festive tale, with the façade of our fair city, should be a winning combination which sits alongside holly and ivy, wine and mistletoe or the Queen’s Speech and a power nap. An Edinburgh Christmas Carol places Ebenezer Scrooge, the original curmudgeon, … Continue reading An Edinburgh Christmas Carol – The Royal Lyceum

The Monstrous Heart – Traverse Theatre

Written by Oliver Emanuel Directed by Gareth Nicholls Choking, claustrophobic, Mag’s cabin exists in an idyllic retreat many would desire, but others would suffocate within its freedom. Where the subject of nature vs. nurture arises, the concept of a monstrous mother is by no means recent. Oliver Emanuel’s The Monstrous Heart entwines nature so integrally … Continue reading The Monstrous Heart – Traverse Theatre