Unfortunate – Underbelly

https://youtu.be/Bn1RI37mcnQ Books & Lyrics by Robyn Grant & Daniel Foxx Music by Tim Gilvin Directed by Robyn Grant ★★★★★ Wicked witches, Cruel Stepmothers, Puppy-Skinners, Orphan-nappers, The villainous Divas of Disney have a lot to answer for, but one, more than any, has ruled these Queens and pushed her way into the Queer mainstream world. Please, … Continue reading Unfortunate – Underbelly


Rob Madge: My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do) – Underbelly

Created by Robert Madge ★★★★★ You’ve likely already seen the cute videos of the young kid, recreating the over-commercialised Magical wonder of Disney in their living room. For shame if not - in the videos of Robert Madge, Mickey Mouse signs autographs, Belle finds their Beast, Bert misses his cue, and Maleficent is once again … Continue reading Rob Madge: My Son’s a Queer (But What Can You Do) – Underbelly

James Morrison: A Celebration – The Scottish Gallery

Exhibition Hosted by The Scottish Gallery A maestro of the commanding Grey skies, a Scottish artist, a city boy who had a grasp of landscape enviable to those in the field – it has been two years since the passing of James Morrison, and the Scottish art community continues reeling from the loss. Morrison saw … Continue reading James Morrison: A Celebration – The Scottish Gallery

The Lion King – Edinburgh Playhouse

https://youtu.be/EZFrGKkWsdI Music & Lyrics by Elton John & Tim Rice Book by Roger Allers & Irene Mecchi Direction, Costume Design & Mask/Puppetry Co-Design by Julie Taymor ★★★★★ Despite the juggernaut of success with which we are familiar, the cinematic and stage variations of Disney’s The Lion King were nothing if not tremendous gambles. And now, with records … Continue reading The Lion King – Edinburgh Playhouse

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