Innovations Contemporary Dance Platform Autumn – The Studio

Produced by Dance Horizons Creative Direction by Oliver James Anwyl Nearing its tenth anniversary, the Edinburgh-based Dance Horizons has strived forth with the initiative to encourage and mentor a diverse and emerging root of talent across the UK, and internationally. Looking to welcome all into the industry, their collection of pieces is designed to nurture … Continue reading Innovations Contemporary Dance Platform Autumn – The Studio

James IV – Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/dNdrPA6gqGU Written by Rona Munro Directed by Laurie Sansom ★★★★ Ambition. It can be a King’s folly, a Queen’s sentence, and the Rabble’s making. But it extends, not only in character, but with the playwright, and the decision to move beyond the initial triptych James plays is a bold one. Celebrated Scottish writer Rona Munro … Continue reading James IV – Festival Theatre

The Osmonds: A Musical – Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/ZcOt0O6pPTo Story by Jay Osmond Book by Julian Bigg & Shaun Kerrison Music by The Osmond Family ★★★ One hundred million records, twenty-eight albums, television icons, and a star on the Hollywood walk of fame. One entertainment family empire. But how much do we genuinely know about the Osmonds? Hell, how many of us even … Continue reading The Osmonds: A Musical – Festival Theatre

Southern Light: The Sound of Music – Festival Theatre

Music & Lyrics by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II Directed by Quintin Young ★★★★ 125 years. Woolworths, Pluto's discovery and tenure as a planet, and the UK’s time within the EU: Southern Light Opera has outlasted them all. HMS Pinafore to Rose Marie. Brigadoon to, well, Brigadoon, and from The Wizard of Oz to The Sound of Music. Grassroots theatrical company Southern Light Opera … Continue reading Southern Light: The Sound of Music – Festival Theatre

ROOM – King’s Theatre

Created, Directed and Composed by James Thierrée  ★★★★★ So then, what’s this all about? Ask us later. But on the idea of ‘narrative’, there is obvious relevance to the mind of the auteur, to the creative process, and the eternal struggle of framing things precisely how we envisage. All we need to know is that … Continue reading ROOM – King’s Theatre