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By Ricky Brown On Saturday, October 29th, 2016
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Theatre REVIEW — Once Upon a Time in Wigan ***

The Edinburgh University Theatre Company’s Once Upon a Time in Wigan has a lot going for it. An enthusiastic young cast, an audience of students keen to enjoy the night, and that sweet, sweet, Northern Soul More...

By Ricky Brown On Saturday, October 22nd, 2016
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Theatre REVIEW – Crude *****

Crude, by Grid Iron (photo credit: Eoin Carey) There’s a moment during Grid Iron’s production of Crude when the multi-award-winning Edinburgh-based theatre company takes full advantage of the cavernous, More...

By Ricky Brown On Saturday, October 1st, 2016
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Theatre REVIEW – The Broons: Maggie’s Wedding *****

The Broons As we wait for Scotland’s favourite family to take the stage, it seems an incongruous setting. Perth’s sleek twenty-first century concert hall is filled by traditional Scottish songs made More...

By Anna Kaye On Saturday, August 27th, 2016
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW: People of the Eye *****

As the Fringe draws gradually to its close, it seems apt to reflect on the highs and lows of this unique month. Those of us lucky enough to live in Edinburgh will perhaps be looking forward to being able to walk More...

By Ricky Brown On Thursday, August 11th, 2016
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW: BLUSH****

BLUSH – playing now at Underbelly Cowgate At Underbelly’s Cowgate venue, BLUSH is another play on this year’s Fringe that incorporates glitchy sound design, a stripped-down setting, actors taking on More...

By Ricky Brown On Wednesday, August 10th, 2016
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW : Mr Incredible*****

Camilla Whitehill and Longsight Theatre’s Mr Incredible Who wouldn’t want to spend time with someone awarded the sobriquet “Mr Incredible” by his creator? Admittedly, when the audience at More...

By Ricky Brown On Monday, August 8th, 2016
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW: A Tale of Two Cities – Blood for Blood ***.5

A Tale of Two Cities: Blood for Blood – playing at this year’s Fringe Red Shift Productions (in association with Chung Ying Theatre Company and Seabright Productions) brings award-winning writer-director More...

By Ricky Brown On Sunday, August 7th, 2016
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW: No Horizon *****

No Horizon – a Fringe show of Broadway scale and ambition Before the first reviews are in and the word-of-mouth has started, the buzz for Andy Platt and Max Reid’s musical No Horizon has attracted a good More...

By Ricky Brown On Saturday, August 6th, 2016
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Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 REVIEW: Poena 5X1 ****

Cathy Conneff as Bryony Adams in Poena 5X1 As Poena 5X1 (or How I Came to Agree With Right-Wing Thinking) begins, the scientist Bryony Adams launches into a horrifying story about the American General John Joseph More...

By Kieran Scott On Saturday, September 26th, 2015
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REVIEW – PINS at Sneaky Pete’s

Sneaky Pete’s is a confined venue – there’s no disputing that. But when you have to try to take off your coat, you know that the venue is packed from stage to door – it is certainly humid in there. More...

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