Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story – Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/WzKsgMc03oo Written and Produced by Alan Janes Directed by Matt Salisbury ★★★★ The one thing many of us long for is to leave an impact. So, to have the titular role in a smash-hit musical concert experience which has, for over thirty years, entertained over twenty-two million people might speak to the volume of support, … Continue reading Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story – Festival Theatre


Rocky Horror Pictures Show – Edinburgh Playhouse

https://youtu.be/RcJ3_eau7Uw Created by Richard O'Brien Directed by Stephen Webb ★★★★★ On a fittingly miserably dreich evening in Edinburgh, there’s a light on at the Playhouse for those poor desperate souls looking to spread a little warmth to their bones, their cheeks, and to, well, that’s entirely your business. Continuing to produce an eternally touring showcase … Continue reading Rocky Horror Pictures Show – Edinburgh Playhouse

Birdie – MANIPULATE 2023

Produced by Agruación Señor Serrano Created by Álex Serrano, Pau Palacios and Ferran Dorda ★★★ With the sixteenth edition of Edinburgh’s stupendously inventive, diverse and creative visual storytelling festival MANIPULATE underway, Capital Theatre’s The Studio offers a fond welcome return to the Barcelona-based theatre company Señor Serrano, whose previous 2017 MANIPULATE piece A House In Asia became … Continue reading Birdie – MANIPULATE 2023

Jersey Boys – Edinburgh Playhouse

Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice Music by Bob Gaudio with Lyrics by Bob Crewe Directed by Des McAnuff ★★★★ If we listed some of The Four Seasons' choice hits, this would surely be enough to tempt even the most unfamiliar into watching the international juggernaut which is Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice’s Jersey Boys, … Continue reading Jersey Boys – Edinburgh Playhouse

Sister Radio – Pitlochry Festival Theatre

Written by Sara Shaarawi Directed by Caitlin Skinner ★★★★ Some find comfort in familiarity. For others, it's something more ominous. They say nothing to one another but allow the dulcet tones of the radio to fill their silences. Reading one another’s tea leaves, sisters Fatemah and Shirin have their patterns, so much so they never … Continue reading Sister Radio – Pitlochry Festival Theatre