Becca Inglis

Becca is a books, theatre, and festivals enthusiast who currently freelances as an arts marketer and writer in Edinburgh. From 2017-2018, she was The Wee Review's Books Editor.
51 articles

The Concrete Jungle Book

Hip hop adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's classic tackles the housing crisis, migration, and survival on the streets.

6 August 2017


Hopeful coming-of-age story that addresses female sexuality, queer culture, and anxiety.

4 August 2017

1 Singular Sensation

Absurd satire is let down by poor blocking and ambitious cast size.

4 August 2017


A young British Pakistani struggles to reconcile his sexuality with his Muslim faith.

4 August 2017

Show Me The Money

An intimate rallying cry for all artists to come together and demand fair pay.

2 August 2017

And Here I Am

A true story from the centre of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict celebrates the subversive power of theatre.

20 July 2017


Uplifting and complicated story about genderqueer teenager falling in love for the first time.

14 May 2017

A Number

Zinnie Harris raises questions about individuality in this restaging of Caryl Churchill's investigation into genetics.

9 April 2017