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Post-Pandemic Theatre: “The general support is intoxicating”

We all had our roles to play in the pandemic. Regrettably, I was cast as a Pollock Fresher, navigating a character arc marked by fines and unruly behaviour within those…

Review: Lysistrata at Bedlam Theatre

Gloriously smutty yet firmly rooted in classical traditions, Jemima Jayne’s adaptation of Lysistrata would have had Aristophanes himself shimmying to Shania Twain and cackling at the phallic fascinations that populate…

Albion Review

There is a natural intimacy with domestic plays that allows for an almost guilty feeling of involvement. Bedlam Theatre’s production of Mike Bartlett’s Albion goes one step further, as audience…

National Theatre at Home Review: Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler

There is something surprisingly intimate about watching theatre online, as your vantage point looms above the audience in celestial smugness, miles away from the back row seat with 15% visibility…

‘Toodle Pip, Ip’ – Din Edin, August – An Ode to the Odes

This is a tale of two Welsh bards with whom I spent my summer, one stuck in a folkloric past, and one whose folkloric present I was able to be…

Fringe 2022: The Marriage of Figaro Review

In a city where every available square meter has opened its doors to welcome the stage, it is comparatively rare to happen across a venue that isn’t a total eyesore,…

Fringe 2022 : La Serva Padrona Review

A man with a fantastic moustache and an even more fantastic pair of blue dungarees takes the stage. Walking down Nicolson Street to get to the venue at peak Fringe…