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Come Hell or High Water – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Director: Guy Hollands Script Editor: Martin Travers Composer: Finn Anderson Movement: Jen Egdar Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald One of 50 new works commissioned by Sky Arts, The Citizens Theatre Community set out to explore changing identity in a post-Brexit Britain in Come Hell or High Water. What resulted was a raw, exploratory journey into the psyche of Glasgow as it fights ...

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Sports Day – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Directors: Guy Hollands &Neil Packham Designer: Neil Haynes Lighting: Stuart Jenkins Musical Director: Michael John McCarthy Movement Director: Emily Jane Boyle Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald School sports days are notoriously divisive: loved by the athletic; hated by those whose talents lie in other areas, to be diplomatic. The Citizens Theatre community play, Sports Day, encapsulates all the humor, drama and excitement ...

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Bauble Trouble – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Director: Guy Hollands Reviewer: Fraser MacDonald In this energetic and heartwarming musical farce, Bauble Trouble delivers a truckload of festive cheer in an innovative and engaging way that keeps both adults and children thoroughly entertained. Entering the living room of an ongoing farce, Dad (Keith MacPherson) hangs Christmas cards as the narrative unfolds; it’s Christmas Eve and there’s much to ...

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Yellow Moon – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: David Greig Director: Guy Hollands Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys [Rating:4] A life changing incident involving one character, and a fateful decision by the other bring together the unlikely protagonists of this latest production from the National Theatre of Scotland. Yellow Moon charts the exploits of “Silent” Leila and “Stag” Lee as they flee Bonnie and Clyde style from a moment ...

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The Monster in the Hall – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: David Greig Director: Guy Hollands Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys [Rating:5] A few weeks on from the Edinburgh Fringe and it’s time for another unlikely premise for a musical play. The Monster in the Hall tells the story of young teen Duck Macatarsney (Gemma McElhinney) and her pizza-eating, spliff-smoking, bike-riding, heavy metal loving widower dad (Keith Macpherson) whose MS is gradually ...

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