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Aisling McGuire


Aisling is the Head of Learning Support at an independent school and recently graduated with a Masters in Learning and Teaching in the Performing Arts from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. As well as The Wee Review Aisling has also written for Street Soccer Scotland and the Times Educational Supplement and is a dance, theatre and book enthusiast.

Reviews: 234
Other Articles: 17
Teviot Row House

The Time of our Lives

Musical rendition of our school days needs some work to take it to the next level despite some standout talent

King's Theatre


The poignant tale of Jack Cardiff is brought to life through Robert Lindsay‘s magnetic performance


Wigtown Book Festival

Wigtown worthy of its title as Scotland’s National Book Town on the evidence of this charming festival

Assembly Roxy

The Box

Deeply affecting and important work explores the dark world of depression

Edinburgh Playhouse


The audience thank ABBA for the music in this fun time musical now celebrating 20 years on stage

Scottish Comedy Festival @ Nightcap


Confident showing from local Edinburgh comedian

Gilded Balloon @ Old Tolbooth Market

Bad Aunts

Madness and mayhem is entertaining but lacks structure