Review: A Judgement In Stone Jun20

Review: A Judgement ...

The Classic Thriller Theatre Company Theatre Royal, Glasgow, 19-24 June 2017 (2 / 5) Suspense is Ruth Rendell’s thing. Of A Judgement In Stone, she once said her success was in “making my readers feel pity for my psychopaths, because I do”. This adaptation of the novel,...

Review: The Crucible Jun14

Review: The Crucible

Selladoor Productions Theatre Royal, Glasgow, 12-17 June 2017 (3 / 5) Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is known for its chilling analogy to McCarthyist practices during the Cold War, and since its premiere has become a tour de force in the canon of American drama. Selladoor...

Review: The Ching Room Jun13

Review: The Ching Ro...

Attune Theatre Various Locations, Glasgow, 10-13 June 2017 (3 / 5) Can a drug fueled euphoria – delivered and paid for under threat – force you to reconsider your priorities and better assert your boundaries in life? Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of The Ching...

Review: Shopping and Fucking Jun07

Review: Shopping and...

Fear No Colours Theatre Company Stereo, Glasgow, 5-7 June 2017 (2 / 5) Are all our fantasies worthy of fulfilling? Shopping and Fucking is a grimey black comedy about a bisexual junkie going clean and his associates including his two flatmates who are forced to work phone-sex lines to pay...

Review: Jane Eyre Jun06

Review: Jane Eyre

The National Theatre and Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal Glasgow, until June 10th (4 / 5) Carrying a wealth of accolades, the NTS/Bristol Old Vic production of Jane Eyre begins enticingly. The raked stage is on three levels and the actors clamber about it with the use of ladders, reminiscent of...