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Riverdance 25th Anniversary Review

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Nostalgia is the theme of Riverdance’s 25th Anniversary show. Now closer to 27 years of running, factoring in the recent time off, the beloved show has returned with an…

Dance and Identity

In conversation with Riverdance lead, Bobby Hodges Dance has been part of how I have identified with myself since I was little, it being one of my favourite ways to…

This Year in Theatre

Looking back at the new world of Theatre at The Student In the year that theatres around the world closed their doors, the stage has undoubtedly suffered. Luckily, the theatre…

“Fun, mayhem and excitement” Three Pound Coin Theatre’s So… What Happened Last Night? review

From the 24 hour radio collaboration between Mojo Edinburgh and Three Pound Coin Theatre comes So… what happened last night?, an original piece written by artistic directors Ben Fleming and…

In conversation with “Unapologetically queer” Three Pound Coin Theatre Company

As we know all too well, the last year has been incredibly tough on the world of the stage. From halted productions to closed theatres, at points it has seemed…

The Box Office is open and the show must go on… at home

If your regular TV shows and movies just aren’t providing enough escapism anymore as this period of restrictions and lockdowns drags into winter, it’s time to turn to the stage.…

“Well-choreographed and genuinely captivating”: EUTC’s The Importance of Being Earnest review

As one of Oscar Wilde’s most classic comedies, The Importance of Being Earnest is a play that deserves to be done well, and it is safe to say that Edinburgh…

“It’s unrealistic to be miserable all the time” ‒ In conversation with the writer and directors of Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot

Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot is an EUTC student comedy written by Amy Yeo. This naturalistic play focuses on a group of freshly graduated students, reuniting for their annual Burns’…