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Review: The Stamping Ground

The Stamping Ground is a new musical featuring the songs of Runrig and described by writer Morna Young as “a story of love, life and the land.” Annie and Euan…

Review: Castle Lennox

Castle Lennox, written by Linda McLean, composed by Michael John McCarthy, and directed by Maria Oller, is a singular and surprising musical. The audience is introduced to Annis (Emma McCaffrey),…

Review: Ferguson and Barton

Ferguson and Barton is more than a homage to Vertigo. The production delightfully, obsessively, and neurotically analyses the plot through a fictional romantic relationship between the two leads, played by…

Review: Theatre Paradok’s Hangmen

Theatre Paradok’s Hangmen, written by Martin McDonagh and directed by Helen Wieland, begins in 1963 with the hanging of Hennessy who insists on his innocence until he dies, and ends…

Review: The Da Vinci Code

Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code was adapted to the stage by Rachel Wagstaff and Duncan Abel and directed by Luke Sheppard. This novel is possibly the most difficult conceivable…

Review: The Rocky Horror Show

Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Picture Show directed by Christopher Luscombe has been touring for fifteen years and it radiates the flawlessness one would expect from a run of that length.…

Review: Inescapably Human—Sheila’s Island 2022

Sheila’s Island, written by Tim Firth and directed by Joanna Read, tells the story of four middle management women on a company team-building holiday, which goes horrifically wrong. Sheila, the…

Review and Interview: Prism, written by Claire Wood

Prism is a live play performed online by a cast of six actors over Zoom. The play consists of a Zoom session of the ‘Children’s Hearings’ made up of a…