Playwright Eddie Small talks about The Four Marys, his new play, commissioned for the centenary of Mary Slessor’s death
Not big on the frights, but stylishly shot with a soundtrack that accentuates an almost daydream-like aesthetic.
An interesting premise for a murder story, sadly let down by poor execution.
Jemima Levick-directed production gets a great many aspects right, which is why it’s all the more disappointing that a few don’t work.
A strong argument, let down by a reluctance to engage with that of the opposition.
Mary Slessor helped many people and did many good things during her lifetime; this play is so poor you won’t care about any of it.
Very cool, very hip and a little bit sexy; this ain’t your granddaddy’s Shakespeare of old.
A visually well-crafted film, but, like its protagonist, a touch unremarkable.
About as subtle as an angle grinder to the crotch.
Arnold Ridley’s slightly dated thriller works if you’re happy to be taken along for the ride
Strong performances in Graeae’s accessible version of Lorca’s work, but it doesn’t work on every level.