Review: Baby Face

Katy Dye Summerhall – until August 26th (4 / 5) Katy Dye delivers a magnificent performance in her self-devised show, Baby Face, which examines infantilisation and the dichotomous attitudes towards paedophilia and performed prepubescence. Despite its simple thematic focus, Dye rolls...

Review: Definition of Man Aug15

Review: Definition o...

Nikki Muller and Jason Rosario Greenside @ Infirmary Street – until August 25th (3 / 5) With impeccable fitness, balance and control held in their bodies, it is no wonder Nikki Muller and Jason Rosario have won Best in Dance and Physical Theatre and Ripest Show at the 2017 Hollywood...

Review: Loki, the Scottish Rapper: Poverty Safari Live Aug13

Review: Loki, the Sc...

Loki (Darren McGarvey) / Lakin McCarthyr Bedlam Theatre – until August 26th (4 / 5) Newspaper columnist and hip-hop artist Darren McGarvey, aka. “Loki” the Scottish Rapper, is shooting to fame following the release of his first book Poverty Safari, having appeared on question time and...

Review: The Grail Project Aug11

Review: The Grail Pr...

Theatre Movement Bazaar Bedlam Theatre – until August 26th (4 / 5) Hailing from Los Angeles, Theatre Movement Bazaar are the capable and savvy curators of cutting edge, often a little off-the-wall, contemporary theatre spiced with precise physicality (clue is in the title guys) and live...

Review: The Comedy o...

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School Ensemble Underbelly, Bristo Square – until April 14th (5 / 5) Shakespeare’s classic slapstick of mistaken identities and mishap mayhem is brought to life and modernised by Bristol Old Vic Theatre School Ensemble. The merry cast manage to create a fluid and...

Review: Lost in Thought Aug09

Review: Lost in Thou...

Chatback Theatre and Comedy Underbelly, Cowgate – until August 26th (3 / 5) “If I don’t get this toilet roll to stop in the right place my mum might die…” Felicity, Flick, suffers from OCD. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Out of control, intrusive thoughts about her mum’s mortality cause...

Review: Bunny Mar31

Review: Bunny

The Tron Theatre Company Tron Theatre, 63 Trongate, Glasgow, G15HB – until April 7th (3 / 5) Tensions are running high with the threat of redundancies at Katies boyfriend’s place of work. As she walks home with him, an incident of violence brings racial prejudices to light, and provides...

Review: Captain Amazing Mar29

Review: Captain Amaz...

Citizen’s Theatre until Mar 31sth (3 / 5) What does it take to be a parent? Do you have to be a Superhero? What happens when your marriage falls apart? Do you have to be Captain Amazing? Mark does. But when Mark conjures up a fantasy world, is it so that he can live up to the pressures...

Review: One Good Soul Sep02

Review: One Good Sou...

Blue Coat Productions Augustine’s until Aug 26th (4 / 5) Let’s adapt it into a musical! Groooooaaaaaaaan! But Brecht?…. BRECHT!!!??? Please don’t… please don’t… oh god you’ve done it… and… Wow… That’s pretty good...

Review:  Nosferatu: a Symphony of Horror Aug24

Review: Nosferatu: a...

Tess Said So St Vincent’s (Venue 197) until Aug 22th (2 / 5) Nosferatu is F.W. Murnau’s glorious piece of cinema and horror history – the likes of which, creatives would jump at the chance to bring to life with their own flare in a live re-imagining; especially in such a...

Review: Bubble Show for Adults Only Aug23

Review: Bubble Show ...

Bubble Laboratory C Chambers Street until Aug 28th (4 / 5) Fun, filthy and frothing at the bit – The Bubble Show for Adults is kinky cabaret at it’s finest! – taking a hilarious look at sex and relationships through the medium of bubbles and burlesque. Iulia Benze and Kurt...

Review: ***** The Time Machine ***** Aug22

Review: ***** The Ti...

Laurence Owen and Lindsay Sharman Voodoo Rooms until Aug 27th (5 / 5) HG Wells The Time Machine was not, alas, turned into a radio play in the 1950s, but if it was it could hardly best Laurence Owen’s attempt at recreating it as such. Not only is Owen a formidable voice actor who takes...

Review: The Girl Who Loved Stalin Aug22

Review: The Girl Who...

Campfire Stories Theatre Company Until 26th August 2007 theSpace @ Jury’s Inn (Venue 260) ​ (3 / 5) A dating agency for dictators may sound far fetched, but even Boris Yeltsin the first president of The Russian Federation is signing up in hope of securing a date. Unfortunately he...

Review: Leaf By Niggle Aug20

Review: Leaf By Nigg...

Puppet State Theatre Company 20th, 22nd, 24th, 26th, 28th August Storytelling Centre (3 / 5) Richard Medrington (of Puppet State Theatre Company) talks the audience through the history of his family heirlooms on the stage then plods with us through a heartwarming and gentle rendition of...