An underwhelming adaptation of superior comedy film
Willy Russell’s script shines through this fierce pairing of Tompkinson and Johnson.
Existential ant-ics about identity and change leave us with more questions than answers.
Sensational tribute to Scotland’s most successful entertainer.
A charming homage to wartime classics brilliantly performed by Pitlochry’s ensemble.
Twisted Thistle deliver a strong reworking of Wells’ story with powerful performances
A refreshing production of Noël Coward’s witty comedy written to cure wartime woes.
An outrageously funny show that wonderfully handles real life issues
A wonderful adaptation that preserves Amelie’s eccentric imagination while adding its own original touch.
A passionate production shedding light on society’s misunderstanding of Down’s Syndrome and the insecurities that come with it.
A dance show orchestrated for those with dementia that brings sunshine into a rather fractured and aggressive world
Rona Munro’s adaptation of Louis de Berniere’s celebrated novel is ambitious and rewarding
A truly original musical with solid vocals.
Leith’s Citadel Arts shed light on another forgotten piece of modern Scottish history
The future looks bright for new AD Elizabeth Newman as this talented cast bring sunshine to the Highlands (even on a rainy day).
Pure theatre, pure Carroll and pure dead brilliant.
Frozen Charlotte reach for the stars with a fun and upbeat ode to science and space
Théâtre de Romette crafts a deeply playful and accessible story through its simple premise and imaginative performance.
Theater Artemis’ use of puppetry and mime helps to create a charming show suitable for all ages.
A powerful piece on the terrorism experienced by children that engages with its young audience.