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Becca Inglis

Bio

Becca is The Wee Review's Books Editor. A books, theatre, and festivals enthusiast, she currently freelances as an arts marketer and writer in Edinburgh.

9 Apr 2017

A Number


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Zinnie Harris raises questions about individuality in this restaging of Caryl Churchill’s investigation into genetics.

30 Mar 2017

Anita and Me


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Heartwarming stage adaptation shows Meera Syal’s coming-of-age novel still has political relevance today.

16 Mar 2017

22 Feb 2017

Real Talk Storytelling


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Therapeutic storytelling bridges the gap between sufferers of mental illness and an audience wanting to learn more.

18 Feb 2017

ESAF presents: Platform


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Edinburgh Student Arts Festival tackles myriad of social issues facing our world in ambitious exhibition.

13 Feb 2017

3 Feb 2017

Make A HOO


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Physical theatre works with pre-recorded sounds from the Sri Lankan forest to explore our complex relationship with nature.

21 Nov 2016

The Island


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Platform Young Company Ensemble tap into contemporary fears with post-apocalyptic drama.

19 Nov 2016

Sheep


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Tron Young Company takes a cynical look at efforts to end all war and how people are drawn into conflict.

23 Oct 2016

11 Oct 2016

10 Years of Akala


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Akala marks ten years of shining a light on rap music, social inequality, and neo-colonialism.

6 Oct 2016

Breaking the Ice


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A farcical satire of bureaucrats and diplomats against the backdrop of a political struggle over the Arctic.

19 Aug 2016