An Edinburgh Christmas Carol – Royal Lyceum Theatre

From the Novel by Charles Dickens Adapted and Directed by Tony Cownie ★★★★ The ghost of an idea. This is how Dickens described his significant contribution to the literary and cultural world, particularly as we enter the final days of the year. A story which takes the spectres of remorse, redemption, and guilt and channels … Continue reading An Edinburgh Christmas Carol – Royal Lyceum Theatre

Don Quixote: Man of Clackmannanshire – Dundee Rep

Written by Ben Lewis Directed by Lu Kemp ★★★★★ Living a relatively quiet middle-class lifestyle amidst the trinkets and collectables which faintly glitter with promise and memory, Don, an intelligent, eccentric gentleman of a growing age from Clackmannanshire, is peppered with the natterings and intrusions of his family and care-workers. They fret over him with … Continue reading Don Quixote: Man of Clackmannanshire – Dundee Rep

The Not So Ugly Duckling – Scottish Storytelling Centre

Written & Performed by Jo Clifford and Maria MacDonell ★★★★ It might be the first story most of us hear, that of the duckling who found themselves different to the rest of their flock. With big, floppy wings, elongated feet, and a different shade of feather to their brothers and sisters. The Ugly Duckling is … Continue reading The Not So Ugly Duckling – Scottish Storytelling Centre

Austwentatious – Underbelly

★★★★ You’re invited to attend the social event of the season. And it’s going to be absolute chaos. Making name for infusing the prestige of Jane Austen with the improved tactics and sly humour of some of the nation’s best comics, Austentatious has continued to claim its crown as the Fringe’s favourite improvisation comedy and … Continue reading Austwentatious – Underbelly

Green Knight – Scottish Storytelling Centre

https://youtu.be/tpybcqjgxa8 Performed & Written by Debbie Cannon Directed by Flavia D'Avila ★★★★ You never quite know what whimsical journey through folklore or history may present at the Scottish Storytelling Centre; why one day, it may be Dragons and Kelpies, the next, Rowdy Poets and Ceilidhs. But this afternoon, the court of Camelot returns, brought to … Continue reading Green Knight – Scottish Storytelling Centre