Edinburgh Fringe 2021
A fascinatingly delivered riff on one woman’s journey for recognition and soul which includes a brush from a smear test.
Gritty, provocative, creative!
A film development that struggles in a theatre
A crime caper with twists that ignites curiosity.
A melodramatic revelation and epic journey of self-discovery that is prescient and worthy of a pedestal upon which to put itself.
A fascinating portrait of the anxiety of youth, the loss of somebody close and that endings are not always assured, even in a theatre.
A brilliantly dramatic examination of women’s power plays at a dinner party like no other.
Moving and impactful, heartfelt and generous.
A fascinating drama around students stuck in one house that is, indeed, a bit mad.
One woman, many characters, several tragedies told with the earnestness of truth and the triumph of theatre.
Two actors in a relationship, both on and offstage, struggle to find meaning for themselves.
Macabre exploitation of a friend’s tragic accident.
A lovely, dramatic presentation that covers the racy relationships, from the perspectives of three of his women, of Dante Gabriel Rossetti.
An exceptional performance of an exceptional play
The principal reason why a stage should always be a platform for the voices unheard.
An episodic call to concentrate on the big stuff rather than the wee things which hits more than it misses.
A really good idea that has style but lacks the killer punch.
The standard story set up by a highly entertaining pair who deliver a very high standard of performance.
An entertaining take on how lock down may have led to potential lawlessness.