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Matthew Keeley

Bio

Matthew is a writer and teacher who studied English Literature and Film and TV Studies at the University of Glasgow. He has had short pieces of fiction published in various anthologies and his debut sci-fi novel, 'Turning the Hourglass', will be released by Black Rose Writing in April 2019. He is also a cat person.

Personal Website

www.matthewkeeley.co.uk

16 Dec 2018

1985


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LGBTQ drama is weak at points but eventually reaches moving climax

13 Dec 2018


White Rabbit


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LA arts scene comedy showcases its actors’ comedic skills without probing much further


Scotch Porn


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Trio of pornographic shorts is momentarily intense but doesn’t linger

10 Dec 2018

28 Nov 2018

Super November


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Satisfying indie Glasgow comedy with an unexpected dystopian slant

26 Nov 2018

17 Nov 2018

16 Oct 2018

Penguin Highway


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Comedic and emotive story centred on penguins, puberty and metaphysics.

15 Oct 2018

Mirai


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Anime comedy that explores family dynamics via time travel

7 Oct 2018

Ballyturk


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Enda Walsh’s existentialist comedy both impresses and challenges.

5 Oct 2018

28 Sep 2018

Underneath


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The final solo play from Pat Kinevane’s trilogy is dark, mesmerising and beautiful.

16 Sep 2018

PYLON


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A socially important story marred by unnecessary musical interludes.

20 Aug 2018

Midsummer


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Revival of David Greig’s musical play is funny, exhilarating and poignant.