31 January - 3 February 2024
Jekyll & Hyde
McNair's adaptation of Stevenson novella fails to unleash the potential within
Reviewed at Royal Lyceum Theatre

29 - 30 September 2023
Woman Walking
Despite its source material, Woman Walking struggles to find the magic of Shepherd's mountains
Reviewed at Eden Court

9 - 13 May 2023
Abigail’s Party
London Classic Theatre delivers a stellar production of Mike Leigh’s bitingly funny play
Reviewed here

3 - 6 May 2023
A fun, camp, and action-packed take on a literary classic
Reviewed at Royal Lyceum Theatre

16 - 19 November 2022
Enough of Him
Gripping exploration of rank racism in little known episode of Scotland's history
Reviewed at Brunton Theatre

5 October 2022
Jerry Sadowitz - Not For Anyone
Diabolical in service of deeper truths; the Fringe doesn't realise what it's missing
Reviewed at Alhambra Theatre

12 - 13 September 2022
A tour de force one-woman show commemorating one of Scotland's forgotten football legends
Reviewed at Eden Court

26 November - 31 December 2021
Perth Theatre deliver a hilarious and heartfelt panto
Reviewed here

3 - 6 November 2021
The Enemy
A thrilling reimagining of an Ibsen classic
Reviewed at King's Theatre

14 - 30 October 2021
Don Juan
Witty, darkly comedic writing that is expertly performed
Reviewed here

31 October - 16 November 2019
A cleaner, less gritty take on the tale made famous by Ken Loach
Reviewed here

25 - 28 September 2019
Black Men Walking
Thought-provoking theatre about racial identity
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

9 February 2019
Hopeful Monster transform their hands into inventive and interesting creatures.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

30 January - 3 February 2019
Glasgow Girls
Powerful musical stuns audience with heart-warming tale of friendship and tolerance.
Reviewed at King's Theatre

29 October 2018
Aidan Moffat & RM Hubbert
"Sadness with a semi" shtick conceals genius of exciting new work and witty rapport charms audience
Reviewed at Pleasance Courtyard

30 March 2018
The Duke
Shôn Dale Jones' performance at The Traverse comes across as more self-serving than selfless.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre