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Bingo! – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

three women and a table

Writers: Anita Vettesse and Johnny McKnight Director: Jemima Levick Composer: Alan Penman Reviewer: S.E. Webster Pens at the ready! Eyes down! It’s fun, entertaining and contains only minor bloodshed. Not your average night at the theatre – much better in fact! A new collaboration between Stella Quines Theatre Company and Grid Iron, Bingo! focuses on the trials and tribulations of ...

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Rapunzel – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Jessica Hardwick and Peter Collins in rapunzel citizens theatre glasgow

Writer: Annie Siddons Director: Lu Kemp Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald Cascadingdown the walls of the Citizens Theatre this festive season are the thick red locks of Rapunzel. This dark tale takes the audience on a journey, rather than an adventure and although daring in its ambition, it fails to hit the mark with its target audience. The tale of Rapunzel is ...

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Bondagers – Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Sue Glover Director: Lu Kemp Reviewer: Gareth Davies The Lyceum's latest production really stinks. Entering the stalls, the aroma of six tonnes of mud and earth wafts around, a beautifully sensory introduction to a story which is as earthy and richly fertile as the open field represented on the stage itself. And with Sue Glover's story engaging both our ...

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Long Live the Little Knife – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer/Director: David Leddy Reviewer: John Roberts [Rating:4] Castration, counterfeits and comedy, not your usual topics to be found on stage at the Traverse Theatre during the fringe, however David Leddy is not your usual playwright either, with Long Live the Little Knife he presents a brutal and brash story that is full of theatrical inventiveness, Leddy is a playwright that ...

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