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Jersey Boys – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

Director: Des McAnuff Writer: Marshall Brickman & Rick Elice Choreographer: Sergio Trujillo Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald The rise and fall of four unlikely stars from Jersey is well documented, yet few know the real story of how Frankie Castelluccio and his questionable chums became one of the most recognisable quartets in music. So who better to tell the tale than the ...

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Brennan Reece: Everlong – The Stand, Glasgow

Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald Brennan Reece’s Everlong tour hit Glasgow The Stand Comedy Club this week, bringing with it a cheeky, heartfelt hour of hilarious comedy and touching anecdotes that set him apart from so many on the scene today. Reece jumps onto the stage at the intimate Glasgow venue and is instantly funny. Self-depreciating humour can be overdone, but Reece ...

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Bunny – Tron Theatre, Glasgow

Writer : Jack Thorne Director: Paul Brotherston Reviewer: Torran McEwan It’s just the usual walk home from school for Katie. Her school bag in one arm, clarinet in the other, yet she still manages to hold hands with Abe, her disinterested older boyfriend. But this bunny is about to go down the rabbit hole. Tron Theatre Company’s production of Bunny ...

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Easter Entertainment – The Reviews Hub’s top theatre picks

Whether you’ve been off for a week already or the kids danced into school this morning with that enviable ‘last day of term’ excitement, coming up with ideas to fill a potentially wet Easter break is a tough challenge. To help ease some of the pressure (and leave you more time to eat leftover chocolate eggs while the kids aren’t ...

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INTERVIEW: 10 Minutes with comedian Brennan Reece

Brennan Reece was voted English Comedian of the Year 2015 and has been touring extensively since. He sat down with The Reviews Hub’s Fraser MacDonald to talk about his first gig, Glasgow audiences and being a straight, white man. Brennan’s comedy journey began six years ago, when he fancied giving stand-up comedy a go. He jokes that things got drastically ...

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This House – Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

Writers: James Graham Director: Jeremy Herrin Reviewer:  Tom Ralphs The years between 1974 and 1979 saw two general elections, both in 1974, a Government lose its slender majority and face two votes of no confidence, as well as the Prime Minister resigning the post two years into his term, and the rise to power of the person who became the most ...

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INTERVIEW: No Slowing Down for Craig Hill Ahead of Worldwide Tour Dates

Glaswegian comedy legend Craig Hill has spent nearly 20 years on the road. A constant schedule of comedy clubs, theatre engagements and corporate gigs have left little time for anything else, but the quirky comic takes every step in his stride. Hill opens our interview by commending himself on starting bang on the agreed time, a welcome change to many ...

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Rhinoceros – Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Eugene Ionesco Adapter: Zinnie Harris Director: Murat Daltaban Reviewer: Gareth Davies There is much in the modern world that we might reasonably describe as absurd. But not the fun kind of absurd, like the charmingly harmless nonsense of Alice in Wonderland, where animals talk gobbledegook and logic is inverted to wry effect. There is a darker kind of absurdity ...

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