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

Fascinating Aïda – Festival Theatre

Directed by Paul Foster Featuring Michael Roulston on Piano ★★★★ For just shy of forty years, Fascinating Aïda has taken a harpoon to topical issues and presented their views on the world, love, life, and gin through the medium of comedic songwriting. And though cast members dip in and out, the longevity of the group survives and … Continue reading Fascinating Aïda – Festival Theatre

1902 – Leith Arches

Directed by Nathan Scott-Dunn and Sands Stirling ★★★★ There pertains this elitist myth that art and sport (specifically theatre and football) don’t share a common ground, let alone a common audience. Nonsense. Sport is theatre. Theatre is sport. And let’s be frank, a fair heft of football involves grander performances than those of the National … Continue reading 1902 – Leith Arches