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Bedfest 2024 Review: Highway to Hell

Huw Turnbull’s hysterical murder-mystery-farce ‘Highway to Hell’, left Bedlam Theatre shaking with roars of laughter, heads nodding along to the 1979 soundtrack and audiences overcome with a palpable sense of…

Bedfest 2024 Review: Malvolio’s Fantasy

‘Malleable, malevolent and mad’, Malvolio’s Fantasy innovatively reconstructs Shakespeare’sclassic tale of love and confusion into a joyous yet thought-provoking narrative, written byZuza Soltykowska and Isabella Olsen-Barone. Washed upon the shores…

Bedfest 2024: Spotlight on ‘Lights Out’

Having previously directed ‘Di, Viv and Rose’ last Autumn at Bedlam, Rae Webb will join theBedfest line-up as writer and director with a new play that centres further on the…

Bedfest 2024: Interview with ‘A Girl Gets Naked in This’

I had the lovely opportunity to sit down and talk about ‘A Girl Gets Naked In This’ with Isy, Catherine, and Nicole. The show originated as a production about sex…

Review: EUSOG’s Little Shop of Horrors

There is something strange and interesting growing in Church Hill Theatre as Edinburgh University’sSavoy Opera Group returns with their production of Little Shop of Horrors, in bloom from 23 –…

Bedfest 2024: Interview with ‘Highway to Hell’

Wednesday 31 January will see the Bedfest production of ‘Highway to Hell’, brought to audiences by the creative collaboration of two of Bedlam theatre’s leading figures: director Lauren Green, writer…

Review: Jekyll and Hyde

Does good and evil exist within us all? In our Dr Jekyll’s is there not always a Mr Hyde waiting to advance out of the darkness and betray the thoughts…

Review: Scottish Ballet’s Cinders!

The Scottish Ballet’s Cinders! is the epitome of a beautiful ballet. Romantic tutus float and sparkle, intricate sets rise and fall, and dancers grand jeté from the wings. This show…