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Eye of the Storm – The King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer & Director: Geinor Styles Music & Lyrics: Amy Wadge Reviewer: Dominic Corr There’s fascination over storms, an unparalleled force of nature. Harnessing its capabilities could provide answers to issues of global warming and fossil fuel usage. As Greta Thunberg rallies thousands of strikes, walkouts and peaceful demonstrations across the globe – Geinor Styles’ Eye of the Storm places environmentalism ...

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Little Boxes and Stolen Futures: Double Bill – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh

Writers: James Beagon and Catherine Expósito. Directors: Ruth Hollyman and Catherine Expósito Reviewer: Dominic Corr Championing youth theatre in Edinburgh for over a decade, Strange Town return to the Traverse Theatre with two modern pieces; Little Boxes and Stolen Futures. Fitting for their anniversary, both productions take a leaping point of ‘future’ but differ vastly in content, narrative and structure. ...

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Rebus: Long Shadows – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Ian Rankin Adaption: Rona Munro Director: Robin Lefevre Reviewer: Tom Ralphs Edinburgh’s favourite detective comes home. Over thirty years after he first appeared in print and ten years since he was last seen on TV, notwithstanding repeats, Rebus has finally made it on to the stage. Whether it was worth the wait is open to question. Long Shadows is ...

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Edinburgh International Exhibition of Photography – The Photographic Exhibition Centre, Edinburgh

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Reviewer: Emily Hall While the 155th international exhibition of photography boasts a few impressive, thought-provoking photographs, it has no cohesiveness, a few stunningly inadequate photographs and a multitude of amateurish, poorly edited pieces. Much of the more traditional portraiture is impressive, highlights include First Touch by Sreten Pantelic and Lunchtime Rained Off by David Dyrne. There’s also a sampling of ...

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