A Chat with Blythe Jandoo

Sing it with us now... Yes, from 500 Miles, On My Way, Hate My Love, or Sunshine on Leith cast member Blythe Jandoo’s favourite Then I Met You, the music of Leith via Auchtermuchty musicians The Proclaimers is as instilled in the culture of Scotland as any romanticised novel or industrial captain. Now re-staged from the brilliance of the Pitlochry … Continue reading A Chat with Blythe Jandoo

Anything Goes – Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/urz0N2vsKX0 Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter Original Book by  P.G. Wodehouse & Guy Bolton and Howard Lindsay & Russel Crouse New Book by Timothy Crouse and John Weidman Directed and Choreographed by Kathleen Marshall ★★★★★ All aboard folks – we’ve been through a lot, and perhaps the antidote we’re all looking for is a spot of seafaring adventures. Simple and … Continue reading Anything Goes – Festival Theatre

Singin’ In The Rain – Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/ojpYIEogAuE Screenplay by Betty Comden and Adolph Green Songs by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed Directed by Jonathan Church ★★★★★ The studio era, a Golden time for Hollywood’s finest performers and a haven of films which continue to stand the test of time, an era long soaked in nostalgia, for better or worse, and … Continue reading Singin’ In The Rain – Festival Theatre

The Great Gatsby – Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/aqWJzYFZoxg Choreography & Direction by David Nixon OBE Music by Sir Richard Rodney Bennett OBE ★★★ The glint of green light across the waterfront – a spectre of hope, curiosity, and the nightmare of A-Level English students up and down the country. F.Scott Fitzgerald’s novel of concealment and life-balancing ironies is the perfect ballet in … Continue reading The Great Gatsby – Festival Theatre

Orphans – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/Q3SEXLIUlrE Music and Lyrics by Roddy Hart and Tommy Reilly Directed by Cora Bissett  Adapted by Douglas Maxwell ★★★★ A city without another of similar ilk, Glasgow sees layers of history, strife and raucous wonderment collide in a myriad of uninhibited pitches – almost a living, breathing paradox of a city. Nowhere more evident than in Peter Mullan’s … Continue reading Orphans – King’s Theatre