Rocket Post – Scottish Storytelling Centre

Written & Directed by Lewis Hetherington Associate Direction by Sam Hardie ★★★★★ It’s July 1934, and the inhabitants of the Western Isles of Scotland don’t know it yet, but they’re watching history unfolding. Huddled together on a small stretch of sandy beach, the islanders watch as Gerhard Zucker looks to the skies to answer the … Continue reading Rocket Post – Scottish Storytelling Centre


Sally – Traverse Theatre

Written by James Ley Directed by Jemima Levick ★★★★ So, are you telling me you haven’t wanted to watch a one-woman version of Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret? To witness the decadence of the Kit-Kat swanning around the theatres of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Broadway: all to the distinct twang and ad-libbed jabs from a Scottish star? Madness … Continue reading Sally – Traverse Theatre

Austwentatious – Underbelly

★★★★ You’re invited to attend the social event of the season. And it’s going to be absolute chaos. Making name for infusing the prestige of Jane Austen with the improved tactics and sly humour of some of the nation’s best comics, Austentatious has continued to claim its crown as the Fringe’s favourite improvisation comedy and … Continue reading Austwentatious – Underbelly

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

Counting and Cracking – Lyceum Theatre Written and Associate Direction by S. Shakthidharan Director and Associate Writing by Eamon Flack ★★★★★ Without a steady foot on the ground, two young lovers’ cross paths one late night/early morning – neither with any roots within their place of study in New South Wales. Sat beneath the still warm night sky, under a … Continue reading Counting and Cracking – Lyceum Theatre