Review: Love’s Labour’s Lost Jun27

Review: Love’s...

The Botanics 26 June 2015, 7.45pm (4 / 5) Bard in the Botanics successfully delivers 500-year-old words to a contemporary audience. With a strong cast, director Gordon Barr tackles the comedy with absolute pleasure, clarity, and best of all – fun. There is no better way to make an audience...

Review: Salsa Celtica Jun27

Review: Salsa Celtic...

Oran Mor 24 June 2015, 8pm (4 / 5) The crowd is already on the floor in anticipation before Salsa Celtica takes the stage and charges in with a fast-paced Cuban tune. A combination of Scotland and Ireland’s leading musicians, collaborating with a Cuban father-and-son duo, the musicians have...

Review: Wee Theatres Glasgow Jun26

Review: Wee Theatres...

Sloan’s Bar and Restaurant 23 June 2015, 7pm (3 / 5) Three bite-sized events that seem non sequitur but each relate to mortality in their own ways. An odd choice made in celebration of Wee Theaters’ first anniversary. If I Kill Myself Don’t Wear Black kick starts the night, diving straight...

Review: Moby Dick Jun26

Review: Moby Dick

Moby Dick: A Play, A Pie and a Pint (4 / 5) The pie, nice enough; The pint, Guinness Extra Cold, always welcome – and the play, an adaptation of Moby Dick! In for four years of living in Glasgow’s West End, doing Glasgow West End stuff like growing a mighty beard, drinking tea and oh yes,...

Review: Speaking In Tongues Jun25

Review: Speaking In ...

(4 / 5) Speaking in Tongues, performed by Little Bat Theatre promises love, sex, deception and betrayal – all of which it delivers, articulating the sad reality that someone may be the love of your life, but it does not follow that you will be the love of theirs. Performed by a stellar cast...