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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Review: The Crucible

If I were a director (which I most certainly am not), The Crucible would strike me as an especially daunting task, not just for...

On The Rocks Review: Bharathanatyam

In the closing days of the On The Rocks festival Bharathanatyam showcased classical Indian dance, brought to the Barron stage by students Sanjana Ramaswamy...

On the Rocks Review: Twelfth Night

Revising Shakespeare for the sake of accessibility is a fraught task to say the least – so lovingly crafted is the Bard’s language, so...

On the Rocks Review: An Education

On the Rocks’ production of An Education was everything one expected from an arts festival: the play was tasteful, cultured and delicately reserved. Perfectly...

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest can be a tricky play to perform. Oscar Wilde’s satire of the Victorian upper classes is filled with dialogue...

Little Women the Musical: A review

'I want to do something splendid… something heroic or wonderful that won't be forgotten after I'm dead. I don't know what, but I'm on...

Rapture Bites: Lunchtime Theatre at the Byre

Shakespeare – I know, predictable much – once said, that ‘all the world’s a stage’ and, it’s easy to agree with such a declaration....

‘The Greenhouse’: Changing The Relationship Between Theatre And Sustainability At The...

“There is no more powerful tool in the world to spread an idea than performance.” This is how BoxedIn Theatre’s artistic director, Oli Savage,...

The 39 Steps wows with sell-out performance

On 12 and 13 February, Mermaids brought The 39 Steps to the Byre Theatre, humbly presented on the programme as “Polsue and Hope’s production...

The Inheritance becomes a multi-award winning play at the 2019 UK...

The Inheritance, by Matthew Lopez, has just been named winner of the ‘Best Play’ category at the Critics’ Circle Awards 2019, also claiming Best...