Edinburgh News: theatre
STUFF opens with sounds whooshing together all at once: a childlike piano melody, a melancholy aria, a gunshot.
Forgotten as a thespian; remembered as an assassin.
Bringing a forgotten hero out from the shadows is always an admirable undertaking.
We all know the disconcerting feeling of catching a surprise glimpse of yourself in an unexpected mirror, and for a split second thinking it was another person.
Edinburgh Music Theatre presents a Fiddler on the Roof that could give most professional companies a run for their money.
It’s a creepy enough experience to have your route tracked and asked opinions of some random café you happen to have passed or have lots of links appearing on your screen after some purchase or other.
Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Book and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone was acclaimed by New York Magazine as "The Perfect Broadway Musical." Far removed from your classic Rodge
If you go down to the zoo today you’re sure of a big surprise.
Hilary Lyon’s richly comic and acutely observed romp does exactly what it says on the tin. It’s a bit of a farce.