Into the Long Green Jaws – Fruitmarket

Music by Long Green Jaws Produced by Róisín O'Brien ★★★★ If you’ve grown up on the coast, you’ll understand Into The Long Green Jaws within moments. And it isn’t even the tinkling metal fish, or the re-purposed razor clams, nor even the nautical paraphernalia and more obvious elements: it’s the tangibility of the sound.Long Green Jaws, a performance … Continue reading Into the Long Green Jaws – Fruitmarket

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Arthropoda – MANIPULATE Festival 2023

Written, Direction and Co-Production Design by Sarah Holmes Dramaturge by Clive Andrews ★★★★ The most devastating traps begin in benign, even pleasant ways. For Daisy, the encircling barrier forming her entrapment comes in the form of one of our most naïve traditions: love at first sight. Well, perhaps not as severe as this, but upon (quite literally) … Continue reading Arthropoda – MANIPULATE Festival 2023

Birdie – MANIPULATE 2023

Produced by Agruación Señor Serrano Created by Álex Serrano, Pau Palacios and Ferran Dorda ★★★ With the sixteenth edition of Edinburgh’s stupendously inventive, diverse and creative visual storytelling festival MANIPULATE underway, Capital Theatre’s The Studio offers a fond welcome return to the Barcelona-based theatre company Señor Serrano, whose previous 2017 MANIPULATE piece A House In Asia became … Continue reading Birdie – MANIPULATE 2023

Like Flying – National Theatre of Scotland

Creative Lead by Nic Green Movement Direction by All or Nothing ★★★★★ How we perceive our environment has a tremendous effect on our mental health. The tiny details we concern ourselves with are usually minuscule compared to the bigger picture, so could an alternative perspective improve our mental health, anxieties and expectations? How about literally soaring … Continue reading Like Flying – National Theatre of Scotland

Loud Poets – Scottish Storytelling Centre

Hosted by Kevin Mclean They’re back. There’s no pomp or pretension; what Loud Poets does from the onset is encourage and offer inspiration to audiences who perhaps wish to find a footing within the spoken word community or want to appreciate it. There’s no lingering start, no extended explanations or push for interactivity; from the onset host … Continue reading Loud Poets – Scottish Storytelling Centre