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Dominic Corr

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Dominic is a recent Film & Media graduate who gravitated towards the stage. For seven years he has been a freelance writer who has reviewed countless productions, films and events over multiple outlets. Originally from St. Andrews, he is at his happiest when surrounded by books, curtain up or trailer's starting, gin is citrusy or anything relating to fairy tales is on the table. Shortlisted for the Allen Wright award 2018. Reviewer, writer and 'professional' cynic.

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Reviews: 78
Other Articles: 1
Festival Theatre

In the Willows

A modern retelling of a classic children’s story that is filled with life lessons worth sharing.

Assembly Roxy

Macbeth

Questionable creative decisions curse a promising group of actors in EGTG’s production of the Scottish play.

King's Theatre

Sunshine on Leith

Uneven vocal performances and clumsy scene changes stunt Greenhorn’s Leith love affair.

Brunton Theatre

Sweeney Todd

Captivate Theatre breathes life into the gaunt barber of Fleet Street

Edinburgh Playhouse

Fat Friends – The Musical

Despite its comedic charm, Fat Friends fails to weigh in on the conversation of dieting and weight loss.

Edinburgh Playhouse

Crazy For You

Crazy For You at the Playhouse offers light entertainment but little tension.

Hello Dolly
King's Theatre

Hello, Dolly!

Southern Light Opera return once more with an old favourite,

Blood Bros
Edinburgh Playhouse

Blood Brothers

Class theme is still relevant in this musical heart-wrencher of nature vs nurture

The Weir
King's Theatre

The Weir

King’s Theatre hosts Conor McPherson’s excellent slow burner looking at loneliness and regret.

Pressure
King's Theatre

Pressure

David Haig takes an intense look at history’s most significant forecast.

Spamalot
King's Theatre

Spamalot

Python musical comes straight from the heart of British farcical comedy

Ian McDiarmid as Enoch Powell
Royal Lyceum Theatre

What Shadows

A masterpiece performance, and still all too relevant to our times