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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: Posh

Posh offers an enticing invitation into a world of extravagance, destruction, and loathsome entitlement. Prepare to enter a dining room of ten arrogant young men with a gross overabundance of…

Fringe 2022: Lost and Found Review

I was in George Square gardens the first Sunday of the Fringe when I received an airdrop request, which I of course accepted. The airdrop was a photo of the…

Review: Theatre Paradok’s Ondine

All too frequently in theatre, the membrane between stage and auditorium, actor and spectator, is too thick, and enjoyment is a hard-won battle. In Paradok’s production of Ondine, the opposite…

Catching Up (Theatre Paradok) — Review

Venue: The Space @ Symposium Hall Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ Theatre Paradok’s latest effort Catching Up is a further attempt from the bold youthful company to push the boundaries of amateur theatre.…

Introducing Theatre Paradok

“Experimental without being exclusive.” Theatre Paradok’s motto perfectly encapsulates the society’s two core goals: to provide a space where alternative theatre is celebrated, and where all are made to feel…

Alternative theatre done right ‒ Deficit review

“If you don’t like me at my worst… then we have something in common” Theatre Paradok’s production of Deficit, directed by Maddie Flint and a part of this year’s Edinburgh…

Pomona

Walking down the alley to Summerhall’s theatre, the eyes of Pomona’s protagonist bore into spectators searching for the theatre door as they unknowingly enter the dystopian world of Alistair McDowell’s…