Two Fingers Up – Summerhall

Written & Directed by Seón Simpson and Gina Donnelly ★★★★ Previously a part of Summerhall’s online Fringe in 2021, SeónSimpson and Gina Donnelly’s production makes an in-person appearance – and by Jesus, was this worth the wait. Uncompromising, unapologetic, and unfiltered, Two Fingers Up grabs audiences by the unmentionables and shakes their understanding (or lack) of sex, pleasure, … Continue reading Two Fingers Up – Summerhall

Prism – Interview with Claire Wood

A tremendous thank you is extended to writer Claire Wood, who was courteous to answer questions and provide detail despite the regulations at the time limiting the way in which the interview could be held. Prism runs from February 2nd - 5th at 8pm - Tickets can be found here. Necessity being the mother of … Continue reading Prism – Interview with Claire Wood

Host – Living Record Festival

Written by Sam Essame Directed by Lisa Millar In a world where our implicit trust within technology leads to ease, there’s always an element of concern – of something lurking in the coding of a digital realm that might be trying to find a way out. Mingling the difficulties of homeschooling in a Pandemic era … Continue reading Host – Living Record Festival

Puss in Moon Boots – Sleeping Trees

https://youtu.be/tkSs327MXjg Written by Sleeping Trees and Ben Hales Directed by Kerry Frampton ★★★ Reindeer? Check. Mince Pies? Burned. Stockings? Stuffed. Pet cat in Moon Boots? Wait… The festive staples are rolling out once more; when every town has their Pantomime, every village hall their Christmas Carol, and every online producer their festive non-commercialised special. Here, Sleeping … Continue reading Puss in Moon Boots – Sleeping Trees

History – Sound Stage

Written by Roy Williams Directed by Ben Occhipinti ★★★★★ It seems never-ending, the continuous cycle of abuse, outrage, action, pity and inevitable forgetting in this country towards the systemic abuse of Black lives. And for families, who told their kids that they were no less British than the rest and yet found that the institutional … Continue reading History – Sound Stage