FringeReview Scotland 2019
An impressive and dramatic look back at four young men who left Prestonpans and went to fight in the 1930’s conflict which is usually filled with mystique and mythology
An uncomfortable night facing uncomfortable truths with comfort coming when you have the decency to condemn the truly indecent
A fascinating examination of the South Korean financial crisis with video, a solo performer and not one but three cuckoos.
Intrigue through choreography, voice, music and an episodic structure which appears odd and piecemeal but is drawn together in a theatrically explosive fashion
An engaging one man exploration of lying at the end of his life, helped with video, a disembodied voice and facing the harsh truth of his own (previous) existence.
A solo piece of contemporary theatre that brings Mary Queen of Scots down to face her nemesis in a fantasy piece of comedic tragedy that is subtly dark and highly entertaining.
An innovative two hander exploring the taboo subject of abortion and its effect on two young parents with an unlikely ending.
An underground plot with other worldly twists and live turns in a carnival of music and stories that has massive over ground appeal
Enchanting experience for those with multiple challenges which uses the full range of sensory experiences to great effect.
A story, a thread, a suit and intrigue, bound in a fascinating tale told with a violin and a cracking narrative; Mathew Zajac masterfully weaves and unfolds layers of the stories of his father.
A complex exploration of the evolution of theatre which hits often more times than it misses.
An innovative solo performance framed in the context of a karaoke night where underlying tensions get exposed and examined.
A vibrant hymn to community, its spirit and its defiance.
A solo evocation of a community struggle that alights the energy of the nights and the unbending desire for freedom.