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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Torture, Rape and a Gun

Death and the Maiden – a play by Ariel Dorfman Wed 19 Oct 2011 The Byre Theatre 5 out of 5 This is a play that does not...

Homemade Fusion: refreshingly sentimental

Daisy Treloar reviews the Just So Society's 'Homemade Fusion.'

CRAVE reviewed

Crave was a perplexing play; The Saint couldn't decide whether it had "profound depths" or was "deceptively shallow", or if it had any meaning at all.

We Long Endure – Review

We Long Endure Dir: Dominic Kimberlin ** There is a fine line between ‘absurd’ and ‘impenetrable’, a line which We Long Endure misplaced a long time ago....

The Waste Land reviewed

Ryan Hay reviews The Waste Land, calling it "an ambitious and well-executed production"

On the Rocks: Cabaret review

Just So's production didn't shy away from the darker side of the classic musical

With a lot of punchlines: Without a Punchline – review

Without a Punchline Dir. Rory Mackenzie **** Rory Mackenzie’s first foray into the world of writing and directing theatre was certainly not a timid one. His play...

The Last Five Years: Review

In looking at the performances of the two actors, Emma Seckel and Struan Erlenborn, their vocal talent was across the board incredible.

The ultimate dark jazz comedy

It’s a new production of something which isn’t quite a play.

One for the Road Reviewed

Barney Bruce-Smythe reviews 'One for the Road' on the closing night of the Freshers' Drama Festival.