Dial M for Murder, playing at Edinburgh’s King’s Theatre as part of a UK tour, is an enjoyable adaption of Frederick Knott’s classic thriller. Affairs, revenge, plotting and deception – this play has it all, but struggles to stand out.Continue reading →
Peter Pan Goes Wrong is a funny, silly, unashamedly tongue-in-cheek production, in which everything that could possibly ‘go wrong’, does. The play is very much what it says on the tin – and, whilst there is an element of predictability in that, Mischief Theatre easily pull it off.Continue reading →
Playing as part of this year’s Manipulate Festival, A Wire Apart is a thought-provoking piece of visual theatre, exploring how our ability to be always connected with others can be, ironically enough, very isolating.Continue reading →
The Lion King is an exceptional musical, and one of my personal favourites. I first saw the stage production when I was nine – it was my first West End musical, and it blew my mind.
When I went to see the show at Edinburgh’s Playhouse Theatre, I had high expectations. I was also a little nervous – to do the musical justice, I couldn’t see that there was much (any) room for error. But I was taken aback by this fantastic production.Continue reading →
An Edinburgh Christmas Carol, playing over the festive season at the Lyceum theatre, is a fun, warm, and very Scottish take on Dickens’ well known story.Continue reading →
Once a year, Edinburgh’s Scouts and Girlguides come together to perform in a Gang Show, a production which showcases the young people’s diverse range of talents. The incredible amount of work that has gone into this year’s show – the 60th Edinburgh Gang Show – is instantly clear. The production is a great celebration of all the talented young people involved, with fantastic musical accompaniment and off-stage support.Continue reading →
Still No Idea is a fantastic piece of new writing, which mixes disarming comedy with hard truths to explore the representation of disabled people in the media. It is funny, sincere and brilliantly thought-provoking.Continue reading →