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Callum Madge


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.

Reviews: 209
Other Articles: 29

Am I Dead Yet?

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


A couple contemplate whether they should have a baby.

The Human Ear

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

The Voice Thief

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


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

Boxed In

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


An all female production of Shakespeare’s classic tale.


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

L-R Sally Reid, Jessica Hardwick, Muireann Kelly, Three Sisters, Credit John Johnston

Three Sisters

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


A hypnotic display of physical theatre that explores how care has come to be understood in the modern world.

Two Days, One Night

A mother suffering from depression is forced to plead with her co-workers to let her keep her job.

Love and Rubbish

An examination of how some the estimated one million homeless Russian children live.

Rent Rebels

An uplifting account of the many grassroots organisations fighting for fairer rent prices in Berlin.