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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

I Love Hooligans

A football hooligan represses his homosexuality for fear of falling foul of his so called friends.


Preview: SMHAFF 2014

A look at some of the creative talent featuring in this year’s Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.

James III

A beautiful looking if a little lacklustre finale to Rona Munro’s trilogy.

James II

After the gratifying Medieval atmosphere of James I, part two feels disquietingly Gothic.

James I

An exciting beginning to the historical trilogy about Scotland’s past monarchs.

Looking for Paul

An interesting and experimental piece that looks at how the arts is funded.


An exceedingly uncomfortable but riveting performance about feminine power.


An exceptionally powerful and well crafted rant about the abuse of some corporations.

Show 6

A boy sets out to discover who his real parents are in this interesting but flawed production.

The Initiate

A powerful story about a father who wants to prove his worth to his sons.


A familiar tale of drunken excesses performed in an alluring and almost mystical manner.


An enjoyable but ultimately frustrating blend of physical theatre and music.

The Hemline Index

Two young women from different decades consider what might be in store for their futures.


A chef for a women’s prison describes why she is so passionate about cooking in this poetic one woman show.


The employees of a London nightclub fear the worst in Jez Butterworth’s 1995 script.