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Callum Madge

Bio

Callum is Creative Administrator for Lung Ha Theatre Company - a theatre company for learning disabled performers, and Project Administrator for flip Artists - an initiative which supports the artistic development of disabled artists. He has been writing for The Wee Review since 2011.

25 Aug 2015

Am I Dead Yet?


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New medical advances in resuscitation are explored using storytelling and songs.

24 Aug 2015

I’m Not Here Right Now


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A disappointing drama about a scientist who thinks she’s seen a Yeti, told mainly through narration.

21 Aug 2015

19 Aug 2015

Lungs


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A couple contemplate whether they should have a baby.


The Human Ear


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When Lucy’s missing brother returns home, she has to decide if the reports of his death are to be believed.


Every Brilliant Thing


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An infectiously funny and warm-hearted look at one way of coping with a depressed family member.

18 Aug 2015

The Voice Thief


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An intriguing plot, exciting performances and a set that will leave you speechless, or is there another reason for that?

12 Aug 2015

Chicken


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A darkly comic and thought-provoking script from the first woman to receive the Pinter Commission, Molly Davies

10 Aug 2015


Boxed In


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A look at the many gender biased influences children, and adults, can be faced with.


Othello


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An all female production of Shakespeare’s classic tale.

29 Jul 2015

Preview: Disability at the Fringe


Preview

Has “the greatest show on earth” recognised the importance of including disabled people in the arts? Callum Madge takes a look…

10 May 2015

Rites


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A traumatic tapestry of anecdotes demonstrating why female genital mutilation is an issue for 21st century Britain.

4 Dec 2014

20 Nov 2014

Three Sisters


A review written by one of the Tron Theatre’s young Ambassadors.