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Udita Banerjee


Udita works in technology innovation by day and is a creative writer by night. When she’s not at the theatre, she’s poking around in charity shops and second-hand bookstores. Travels have taken her from surviving a supercyclone in 1999 to featuring on the cover of a Scottish Book Trust anthology in 2013, both of which are excellent ice-breakers. Some of her favourite things include old books, pressed flowers, and the drama of Edinburgh skies.

Reviews: 73
Other Articles: 8
Assembly Roxy

Ane City

Strong performance in a Scottish coming-of-age solo show

Assembly Rooms

Moby Dick

Herman Melville’s enduring tale of a man’s obsession with beast in a solo show

Pip Utton as Einstein
Pleasance Courtyard


Pip Utton returns with well-executed solo show about the greatest physicist of last century

Assembly Roxy


Jonathan Whiteside’s play starts strong, though lacks the horror feel you hope for.

King's Theatre

Still Alice

A creative set and a stand-out lead make this a worthwhile production.