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On the Other Hand We’re Happy – Roundabout, Salford

Writer: Daf James Director: Stef O’Driscoll Reviewer: Sam Lowe Bringing a slice of the Edinburgh Fringe universe to Albert Park in Salford is… Roundabout. A transportable, practicable, and valuable theatre in the round space, which looks like a spaceship. This is bringing theatre out into the Salford Community. It rightfully boasts four premieres of plays, free events, comedy, and music. ...

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Daughterhood – Summerhall, Edinburgh

Writer: Charley Miles Director: Stef O’Driscoll Reviewer: Tom Ralphs Daughterhood explores the relationship between Pauline and Rachel two sisters born almost ten years apart. It adds into the mix a father who is wasting away from an incurable disease and a mother who disappeared almost fifteen years previously. Alongside the two sisters, there are a wide range of male characters ...

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Watership Down – The Watermill Theatre, Bagnor

Watershed Down at The Watermill Theatre

Writer: Richard Adams Adaptor: Rona Munro Director: Adam Penford Reviewer: Mary Scriven It has been well catalogued that Richard Adams’ first novel Watership Down started life as a story told to his two daughters, Juliet and Rosamond, to while away the time on a long car journey. And this may give the impression that Rona Munro’s clever adaptation, now running ...

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