Much more than a matchday melodrama, Patrick Marber’s football play receives a fine Scottish debut
on 23 May 2019
Abstract creative decisions lead to a confusing rendition of Shakespeare’s Scottish play.
on 27 Oct 2018
Tale of a racing man turned actor displays heart and soul
on 16 Sep 2018
Overbearing symbolism inhibits any sense of clarity in this satirical play about the British workforce.
on 24 Oct 2018
New play exploring grief and loss manages to uplift
on 26 May 2018
Fascinating and hilarious contemporary look back at Mary Shelley’s creation of Frankenstein.
on 3 May 2018
Wink-wink content sits uneasily in this song-filled Burns tribute.
on 11 Feb 2018
Bilingual Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Solar Bear production explores love in the modern age
on 14 Nov 2017
Biting drag comedy that shines a discoball on disability in theatre.
on 19 Sep 2017
A meandering but entertaining meditation on the ways in which the world has changed since Brexit.
on 3 Mar 2017
The clock is ticking. Company of Wolves reminds us that the end will come.
on 2 Feb 2017
Intertextual mischief with a classic puts the rest out to pasture
on 4 Feb 2017
A beautiful and unique performance from Irish innovator Pat Kinevane.
on 6 Oct 2016
Terra Incognita give a sensitive and imaginative exposition of the life of young carers.
on 27 Oct 2016
Romantic and international relations dilemmas play out in a plush hotel room.
on 20 Sep 2016
A surreal and cautionary tale, where dull meets deadly.
on 23 Sep 2016
There is much to love about Rapture Theatre’s take on Cold War German politics
on 4 Oct 2016
An enjoyable look at the Beatles’ career through the eyes of road manager, Neil Aspinall.
on 4 Mar 2017