Shakers – Bedlam Cafe

Written by John Godbear and Jane Thornton Directed by Izzy Ponsford ★★★ It takes a lot to convince that frequenting a bar might somehow be better than a glass of red and a night of self-loathing over a book. But if there’s a group that can manage it, well, EUTC certainly can. The intrinsic value … Continue reading Shakers – Bedlam Cafe


Bohemia: Showchoir – Assembly Roxy

Directed by Katie Slater Produced by Aisling Anderson Musical Direction by Falk Mieir ★★★★★ Come rabble, royalty, nobility and rogue – for a Bohemian celebration which claims the Assembly Roxy as it’s own. Returning with their Showchoir, the Edinburgh University Footlights aim to celebrate their namesake: melody. A collection of muses, EUFootlights Bohemia Showchoir amasses various showtunes, rock n’ … Continue reading Bohemia: Showchoir – Assembly Roxy

And Then There Were None – Central Hall, Tollcross

Written by Agatha Christie Directed by Matthew Jebb and Jonathan Whiteside ★★★ There’s an irresistible pull to the macabre and sinister, an instinctual thirst for something bloody and mysterious which goes against our nature to survive. It’s that sliver of brutality that the most successful female playwright, and a rather famous author Agatha Christie, captures … Continue reading And Then There Were None – Central Hall, Tollcross

Bring It On! – Pleasance Theatre

Music by Tom Kitt and Lin-Manuel Miranda Lyrics by Amanda Green and Lin-Manuel Miranda Directed by Amy Stinton ★★★★ Taking the foundations from the 2000 cultural zeitgeist which was Kirsten Dunst defining role, the 2011 musical incarnation of the cheerleading comedy hi-jinks drama Bring It On! elevates the more simplistic narrative of rival cheerleader squads and develops … Continue reading Bring It On! – Pleasance Theatre

A Christmas -Michael- Miracle – Scottish Storytelling Centre

Written by Poppy Smith Directed by James Beagon ★★★ It’s every parent’s nightmare; the school nativity. Well, sort of. Taking the Michael, Poppy Smith’s original script warps the Nativity into a social comedy of the hierarchies and headaches of producing the annual school showcase, where everyone has to have a part, whether they want to or … Continue reading A Christmas -Michael- Miracle – Scottish Storytelling Centre