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‘Hilarity and fabulous nonsense’: Tilda Swinton Answers an Ad on Craiglist review

In what is perhaps the nichest drag act in the history of drag acts, Tom Lenk takes to the stage as the supernatural moonchild that is his Tilda Swinton impression.…

Play Before Birth Review

Feminism, environment, abortions: Coast to Coast Theatre Company’s Play Before Birth couldn’t tick many more boxes on the ‘woke’ list if it tried. A production that discusses how environmental issues…

‘Harrowing, soul-rending and ever more poignant’: The Voices We Hear review

Our 12 years are up, and we didn’t save the world. The climate crisis was never halted, and the world has been thrown into post-apocalypse where very few humans still…

Back to Black: The Music of Amy Winehouse review

Back to Black: The Music of Amy Winehouse is one in a series of productions celebrating the lives and work of talented musicians through the ages. With a voice like…

‘Passionate and explosive performance’: From the Wind Review

Though perhaps erring on the edu- side of edutainment, From the Wind is a charming introduction to the use of renewable energy sources on the Islands, written verbatim by Eilidh…

‘Charming and hilarious’: Electric review

Described as a ‘modern-day Juliet and Juliet story’, Irish theatre company ILA’s Electric takes elements of the cliche love story and turns it into an exploration of sexuality that is…

‘Intimate performance’: Twice Over

Twice Over is a highly intelligent piece of new writing with an excellently crafted script, dripping with a political contempt relatable to women everywhere. Acoustic guitar serenades the audience as…

You are what you don’t eat: let’s talk food waste

Worldwide, a third of all food is thrown away and never eaten. That’s about 1.3 billion tonnes every year. But it’s all too easy to shrug off a statistic. It’s…