Fascinating Aïda – Festival Theatre

Directed by Paul Foster Featuring Michael Roulston on Piano ★★★★ For just shy of forty years, Fascinating Aïda has taken a harpoon to topical issues and presented their views on the world, love, life, and gin through the medium of comedic songwriting. And though cast members dip in and out, the longevity of the group survives and … Continue reading Fascinating Aïda – Festival Theatre

Figures of Speech: Music – Scottish Storytelling Centre

https://youtu.be/iboPv2E4_y4 Hosted by Nicola Meighan and author Arusa Qureshi With Performances from Dr. Katie Ailes Launching a unique and interactive means of guiding audiences through the monumental (sometimes endless) realms of Scotland’s iconic books, stories and tales, Figures of Speech’s initial outing held a focus on Music. Pairing the nation’s adoration of the written word with our … Continue reading Figures of Speech: Music – Scottish Storytelling Centre

Innovations Dance Platform – The Studio

https://youtu.be/zbJ_0SgseEA Produced by Dance Horizons ★★★★ Produced by Dance Horizons, Edinburgh, with an initiative to encourage a diverse and fresh root of talent across the UK and further, Innovations finds a home for those who lost out during the Pandemic, welcoming showcases taking their initial steps into the industry – trial ideas and encouraging a safe environment … Continue reading Innovations Dance Platform – The Studio

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

Johannes Radebe: Freedom – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/tLSsOekBBKk ★★★★ “Ladies, gentlemen and my friends beyond the binary" - as Johannes Radebe (or JoJo as we are affectionately to call him) begins the initial hosting piece of Freedom, it becomes evident that the instant likeability and demonstration of talent the show possess is categorically for everyone. While it certainly caters to BBC Strictly fans, Freedom is a … Continue reading Johannes Radebe: Freedom – King’s Theatre