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Beth Blakemore

Bio

Beth is our Theatre Editor here at The Wee Review. A recent Master's graduate from the University of Edinburgh, Beth is currently based in London and acting as our London Correspondent before she returns back to the homelands. She hopes to begin a PhD in Hispanic Studies in the coming year. Her writing and editing experience includes being Fringe and Culture editor at The Student newspaper during her undergraduate degree.

3 Aug 2018

On The Exhale


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Zimmerman’s script stunts his protagonist in this reactive piece on grief and gun violence.


CLASS


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Iseult Golden and David Horan offer a stellar exploration of the education system, class and raising kids after separation.

27 Jul 2018

18 Jun 2018

The Pride


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Uneven performances stop this award-winning play from having Alexi Kaye Campbell’s intended impact.

5 Jun 2018

30 May 2018

A Feast of Bones


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Theatre Lovett welcomes you to Le Monde Bouleversé, the setting of a captivating tale of vengeance and redemption.

25 May 2018

Arandora Star


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Theatre Objektiv’s beautifully compelling drama reveals the devastating toll the SS Arandora Star had on Scotland’s Italian community.

20 May 2018


Street Scene


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Although a great display of talent, the RCS’s students are stunted by Weill’s flawed opera.

19 May 2018

Forbidden Stories


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In a captivating production, Ludens Ensemble give a voice to the people of Cyprus who were long-silenced during the national civil war.

17 May 2018

13 May 2018

Wicked


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Amy Ross’s Elphaba is astounding in the latest UK touring production of Wicked.

8 Apr 2018

The Duke


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Shôn Dale Jones’ performance at The Traverse comes across as more self-serving than selfless.

17 Feb 2018

The Shape of Water


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An exquisite feat of artistic design with a love story guaranteed to enrapture.

14 Feb 2018

The Match Box


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Firebrand’s creative decisions get in the way of powerful grief-stricken monologue.