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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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INTERVIEW: Joshua McTaggart – Devil With The Blue Dress

In 2016 Kevin Armento was working on a play about the women involved in the 1995 Monica Lewinsky scandal, in the confident expectation that one of them, Hilary Clinton, was about to become the USA's first female President. Then, Donald Trump got the job and everything changed. Or did it? The story at the heart of the play did not ...

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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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INTERVIEW: Trevor Crane, Actor

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Editor Jamie Rosler recently sat down for a chat with Trevor Crane, a working theatre actor raised in Canada and built in New York. He can currently be seen in 700 Wives with Triton Talent Productions at Empire Stage in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. - Give me and our readers a quick background introduction to you. What brought you to New York, ...

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INTERVIEW: Lu Kemp and team talk Perth Theatre’s production of David Harrower’s Knives in Hens

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Perth Theatre continues its reopening season with a staging of David Harrower’s modern classic, Knives in Hens. Set in a pre-industrial isolated Scottish rural community, the play explores the love triangle between a nameless young woman, her ploughman husband and the hated village miller. The coming of age tale includes the young woman’s emerging realisation of the expressive power of ...

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