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Robert Peacock

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Robert is the Managing Editor of The Wee Review and has been writing for the site since early 2014. Previously, he was manager of the Yorkshire arts website, digyorkshire. He pays bills by working for a palliative care charity and lives in Edinburgh.

Reviews: 446
Other Articles: 236
Opinion

Banjoko is no joke-o

As E4 announce a familiar-sounding TV show, we ask: has President Obonjo had his identity stolen?

Interview

Love, Loss and Cake

Every year new performers come to Edinburgh in August hoping to make a name for themselves and establish a career. But not every Edinburgh debutant is on that path…

The Chosen
Interview

Kally Lloyd-Jones

Company Chordelia’s artistic director talks about the losses that inspired her new dance piece The Chosen

1920s dancers
Opinion

A New Roaring Twenties for Scotland

Things can seem grim in cultural circles, but Scotland has the potential for a bright new decade, argues Editor Robert Peacock. And as The Wee Review relaunches, we want to be part of it.

Ciara Harvie
Interview

Ciara Harvie

The young classical singer from Longniddry prepares to make her Fringe debut

Tracey Collins
Interview

Tracey Collins

The character comedian behind Tina T’Urner Tea Lady tells us about the Freaks she’s bringing to the Fringe this year

Sea Changes
Leith Dockers Club

Sea Changes

Leith’s Citadel Arts shed light on another forgotten piece of modern Scottish history

Harry McMullen in the Red Lion.
Brunton Theatre

The Red Lion

Much more than a matchday melodrama, Patrick Marber’s football play receives a fine Scottish debut