• Fri. Mar 1st, 2024

Frankie Adkins

Still Alice

As news broke this week of a major scientific development in the treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, Infinite Group’s production of Still Alice, airing at King’s Theatre, seems timely. Based on…

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Words, words. They’re all we have to go on”, captures the spirit of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, where dialogue presides in a plot founded on absurdity. A tangential interpretation…

Picnic at Hanging Rock

Image credit: Pia Johnson Picnic at Hanging Rock The Lyceum Until 28th January Matthew Lutton’s eerie interpretation of the 1967 novel, Picnic at Hanging Rock is both thrilling and engaging,…

A Tale of Two Cities

Image courtesy of Festival Theatre A Tale of Two Cities King’s Theatre Run Ended James Darce’s production of Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities captures the thrill of revolution and…

My Scientology Movie

Louis Theroux accomplishes the seemingly impossible in his latest piece My Scientology Movie, managing to bring humour, exposure and insight into one of the world’s most infamous and elusive cults.…

Style Tribes: The Fashion of Subcultures

Caroline Young defines a subculture as anything outside of the mainstream, and her new book Style Tribes: The Fashion of Subcultures, pays homage to thirty notable alternative trends of the…

Bob: The Tragic Hero Time Forgot

Image courtesy of Kelechi Anna Hafstad. Bob: The Tragic Hero Time Forgot The Wee Red Bar Run Ended On first viewing, Bob’s provocative trailer has the power to disturb the…

King Lear

Image courtesy of Pleasance Theatre. King Lear Pleasance Theatre Run Ended Edinburgh University Shakespeare Company’s (EUSC) introduction to this play could not be a more appropriate expression of the mood…