Edinburgh Fringe 2013
"a fine study in black comedy"
An enjoyable comedy ride
Poignant and wonderfully crafted piece on the families that support the brave men and women we sometimes take for granted
This was a friendly accessible and fun comedy performed by a bold gutsy likeable female cast, not afraid to look a bit silly, wearing men’s trousers and teenage boys baseball caps as effectively as they did high heels maternity bras and strap on pregnancy bumps.
Effortless superiority and contempt for the prols from three real luvvies
An energetic look at the education system
Finding a common frequency proves a challenge.
Finding a common frequency proves a challenge.
A brilliant character at work.
The exploration of the artistic conflict that exists between those that have a method and those whose methods are more materialistic; all played out between two actors on a film set
Stunning, Remarkable Dramatic Theatre.
Bette Davis Lives Again
"superbly acted and beautifully presented"
Thought Provoking Political Theatre
"a solid bit of younger theatre"
A visual feast to the power of language and imagination
An accomplished and highly polished heist that is a fantastic piece of theatre as well
A well acted play about what is to gain your freedom and to have lost love
A beautifully drawn portrait of mother and son, and the London riots
"an enjoyable and beautifully observed drama of love and betrayal."
A twisted paean to Glasgow with a sizzling performance from Blythe Duff
Richly funny and ultimately moving
A gutsy heartfelt, inspiring performance. Unique, original and thought provoking.
Earthy humour from four unlikely lads cleaning in a Glasgow housing scheme.
"Intriguing science fiction play"
A clever and twisted critique of democracy, electioneering and reality TV
Doing for WWI with a pen, or iMac possibly, what John Singer Sargent did for the conflict in oils.
An incredibly effective horse puppet and reflections on death make for a moving show
An intimate theatre experience in a garden shed. Lyrical writing and a beautifully paced performance.
A fantastic little piece on how being a Scottish actor is not all the glitz and glamour it appears
A sizzling four hander that analyses what happens when two sets of parents agree to resolve their children’s differences
A highly interesting and very poignant, simple story of one young boy and his 13th birthday that he will never forget
A spectacular piece of writing and performance about humanity and modern warfare
An Art History Lesson you will never forget
If Love is a Disease, then Truth is a Poison
Accomplished, intensely harrowing kidnap drama
It’s the End of the World; Tennis, Anyone?
"a quiet but moving little play from a promising young writer"
An original idea involving an illness called immortality that turns out not to be the gift you expected in an assured twist of fate
Theatre designed to explore the possibilities of why Pan Am 103 came down on Lockerbie that is patchy but worth a visit.
A dark and humorous play about fakes, forgeries, love and loss
Good performances in an intimate space from this new company
A master class in the art of writing and delivery from a trio at the top of their game.
A moving insightful exploration of the impact of someone close to you going missing.
Shakespeare by a young company performed with great verve and vitality
Triumphant biopic drama about the Scientist from a spellbinding performer.
"impressive theatrical achievement"
An effective piece on office politics that is all sex, booze and stuck on hold
"A timely and simply presented reminder"
A highly effective exploration of how a faceless society deals with people who simply can’t fit in
What it would have been like if Scooch had won the Eurovision and flown the flag over a department store
A schoolgirl's crush is returned in full.
A searching play in which a young Muslim woman goes on Pole Factor and starts winning but ends up on the losing side
An intense and powerful play about hatred and the power of truth
An incredible theatrical experience that deals with the issue of being young in an imaginative and powerful fashion
"an engaging, well written hour long play "
A triumphant splicing of themes old and new.
Do the Curtains Match the Drapes?
Court is in Session.
Adapted from the blog about self-fulfillment through self-belief
A solid family drama set in an uncertain near-contemporary future.
The cult hit of the Fringe
A powerful play with a strong central performance
A decent attempt to bring this clunky play to the stage and make it make sense
It’s not the answers you give, it’s the questions you ask.
Cause and Effect have been inseparable for several millennia, but Cause wants out.
An touching show about three friends who lose one life to gain another.
A highly entertaining hour for a fiver; not bad in August in Edinburgh...
An extraordinary new play for our times
An unflinching comic satire on rolling news,
A spirited show with some strong performances
Like a 'Turner Classic Movies', golden era of Hollywood RomCom gem, spiced to 21st century palates
An exceptional one-woman play about isolation and control
A play that examines, graphically at times, the idea of a twin government cover up in Lockerbie
Fast paced theatre about affairs as current as they get
A macabre and dastardly tale, well told by a cast of music hall characters
'A cautious but enjoyable adaptation of a timeless story'
A powerful one woman play telling the story of a holocaust survivor
An outstanding theatre experience which fuses all of the theatre arts into one fine performance
Through song, rhyme and traditional storytelling we hear of one of the most significant stories of the early trade union movement, all delivered with consummate skill
A fully realised exuberant version of Ulysses
Edgy Modern Mythology
A musing on suicide that has laughs and neat plot devices to keep us safe, unless you go to Uganda...
Henry VIII’s Reformation and its impact on cloistered lives.