Coppélia – Festival Theatre

Direction & Choreography by Morgann Runacre-Temple & Jessica Wright Dramaturgy & Written text by James Jeff ★★★★★ What separates us from our electronic companions? If all it is, is flesh, then perhaps it’s time we reviewed the situation. Narratives of falling in love with a composite human, a homunculus, are as old as literature. But … Continue reading Coppélia – 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

Bold Moves – Dance Base

Directed by Anne Maher ★★★★★ A production in two parts, Ballet Ireland’s Bold Moves is a moving and entertaining feast for the eyes which has a limited run at the Dance Base during their Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2022 season. The first sequence of performance, Us, choreographed by rising star Zoë Ashe–Brown, is an emotive exploration … Continue reading Bold Moves – Dance Base

Burn – King’s Theatre

Created & Choreographed by Alan Cumming and Steven Hoggett ★★★★ Oh, but what a dreich evening, thunderstruck, with nought but misery lingering in the air. The silhouette of a lanky-haired fella’ seems to brave the torrents atop the distressed boards with not but his clothes, his paper and quill, perhaps you know him? Robert. Rabbie. … Continue reading Burn – King’s Theatre

No Place Like Home – Pleasance Dome

Directed & Co-created by Cameron Carver Co-Creator & Sound Design by Jac Cooper ★★★★ There’s always one. Sat alone at the bar, watching, taking in the journeys and stories of those surrounding them. But thing is that person sat night after night, well, they too have a story. Or rather, they have two tales to … Continue reading No Place Like Home – Pleasance Dome