Review: A Judgement In Stone Jun20

Review: A Judgement ...

The Classic Thriller Theatre Company Theatre Royal, Glasgow, 19-24 June 2017 [usr 2] 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 [usr 3] 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 [usr 3] 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 [usr 2] 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 [usr 4] 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...

Review: Penetrator Jun04

Review: Penetrator

Fear No Colours Theatre Company The Old Hairdressers, 1-2 Jun [usr 3] Tadge is back from the army but he’s different. He’s creepy and eerily paranoid, he is convinced the perpetrators are conspiring against him. Two friends try to keep him entertained and stop him going off the...