Cluedo – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/TKbHS6gcvZg Original Screenplay by Jonathan Lynn Written by Sandy Rustin Directed by Mark Bell ★★★ There’s something in everyone’s wardrobes which causes family feuds, and it’s not that hideous vase you got for the wedding. No, for any age, across multiple generations – Cluedo has sat in the closet, brought out for rainy days or wine-fuelled game … Continue reading Cluedo – King’s Theatre

Orphans – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/Q3SEXLIUlrE Music and Lyrics by Roddy Hart and Tommy Reilly Directed by Cora Bissett  Adapted by Douglas Maxwell ★★★★ A city without another of similar ilk, Glasgow sees layers of history, strife and raucous wonderment collide in a myriad of uninhibited pitches – almost a living, breathing paradox of a city. Nowhere more evident than in Peter Mullan’s … Continue reading Orphans – King’s Theatre

Sleeping Beauty – King’s Theatre

Written by Alan McHugh Directed by Ed Curtis Choreography by Karen Martin ★★★★★ Sleeping for a thousand years sounds like quite the treat after the recent times we’ve faced, doesn’t it? And though the King’s Panto may have only rested its eyes for shy of two years, It feels an eternity since the audiences and … Continue reading Sleeping Beauty – King’s Theatre

The Signalman – King’s Theatre

Written by Peter Arnott Directed by Ken Alexander ★★★★★ History doesn’t fully recognise how many died during the tragic collapse of the Tay Rail Bridge in 1879. We can estimate. We can approximate. We can even invent the lives of the passengers and crew of the train which plunged into the icy River Tay – … Continue reading The Signalman – King’s Theatre

Looking Good Dead – King’s Theatre

Based on the novel by Peter James Directed by Jonathan O'Boyle ★★ How often does a kind deed for a stranger bite you in the ass? Most of us would ignore a lone USB stick left behind on the train, but Tom Bryce has a knack for attracting trouble, it appears. No good deed goes … Continue reading Looking Good Dead – King’s Theatre