Have A Gander – The Scottish International Storytelling Festival II

This year’s Scottish International Storytelling Festival saw dozens upon hundreds of shows, events, and workshops occur across Edinburgh - with over one hundred of these free across the city. A wealth of theatrical and performance-orientated events took place at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, a hub for diverse creativity to flourish and nurture its emerging ideas. … Continue reading Have A Gander – The Scottish International Storytelling Festival II

Have A Gander – The Scottish International Storytelling Festival

This year’s Scottish International Storytelling Festival saw dozens upon hundreds of shows, events, and workshops occur across Edinburgh - with over one hundred of these free across the city. A wealth of the theatrical and performance orientated events took place at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, a hub for diverse creativity to flourish and nurture its … Continue reading Have A Gander – The Scottish International Storytelling Festival

The Woman in Black – King’s Theatre

Based on Susan Hill's Book Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt Directed by Robin Herford ★★★★ Theatres and their spectres have an abundant and symbiotic relationship, many as equally famous as their venues and star-studded productions - after all, are you really a theatre without a ghost? A rite of passage, The Woman in Black has captivated … Continue reading The Woman in Black – King’s Theatre

Dog Soldiers – Remastered Review

https://youtu.be/PQ6nNs0Wl7s Written & Directed by Neil Marshall 2002/ UK/ 105 mins ★★★★ Werewolves quite often get the backend of the horror genre, finding themselves with a spurt of genre-defining classics and John Landis specialities and then relegated to the schlock franchises, spin-offs, and adaptations. A transgression of bullish masculinity and reversion into animalistic nature, when handled with a snarl and … Continue reading Dog Soldiers – Remastered Review

Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster – BBC Iplayer

https://youtu.be/YYghg-lNNuQ Written and Created by Conrad Murray, David Cumming and German Marvel Directed by Geej Ower ★★★★ However one feels about The Modern Prometheus or Frankenstein, Mary Shelley’s creation defied the social paradigms of the time. A young woman, already surrounded by male peers, Shelley helped lay the foundations of Western science fiction and a mythos which would … Continue reading Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster – BBC Iplayer