Review: Tap Dancing with Jean-Paul Sartre Sep21

Review: Tap Dancing ...

A Play, A Pie and A Pint Traverse Theatre 18-22 September (3 / 5) What happens when you put tap dancing Hollywood stars in the same room as one of the world’s greatest philosophers? For the Traverse’s autumn season of A Play, A Pie and a Pint, Tap Dancing with Jean-Paul Sartre explores just...

Review: Islander Sep17

Review: Islander

Helen Milne Productions in Association with Mull Theatre Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh | 16 & 18 September The Anatomy Rooms, Aberdeen | 19 September James Milne Institute, Findhorn | 21 September Lyth Arts Centre, Wick | 22 September Eden Court, Inverness | 23 September Aros Community Centre|...

Review: Cyrano de Bergnac Sep09

Review: Cyrano de Be...

Citizen’s Theatre Tramway – until September 22nd (4 / 5) Cyrano has a way with words and a nose the size of Pinocchio’s. Blessed with wits he charms his way through life, but not into the heart of his tender love, Roxane. The shallow Roxane is enamored with the looks of the...

Review: Chase Scenes Aug27

Review: Chase Scenes

Ming Hon CanadaHub @ King’s Hall – until August 26th (4 / 5) You literally get what you pay for in this fast-paced multimedia experience. Three actors (Ming Hon, Hilary Anne Crist and Alexandra Elliott) sprint into action, taking turns to run and hold cameras that track each...

Review: See-Through Aug26

Review: See-Through

Claire Gaydon Summerhall – until August 26th (4 / 5) See-Through provides a unique experience for its audience. Despite being labelled as performance art, and one that takes place mostly on a screen, the show has a strong storytelling element as it charts Claire Gaydon’s attempt...

Review: Jericho Aug26

Review: Jericho

MALAPROP Theatre Underbelly Cowgate – until August 26th (3 / 5) MALAPROP Theatre is not afraid to ask the big questions. Jericho tackles gimmicky journalism, exploring the toxic relationship between politics and entertainment. It combines Roland Barthes quotes with pro-wrestling, with...