Greater Belfast, Edin Fringe at Traverse Theatre
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Greater Belfast

A fusion of music, stand-up and spoken word, Greater Belfast is a vivid portrait of a city built on a kind of muck with a particular name: sleech. The...
Expensive Shit, Edin Fringe at Traverse Theatre
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Expensive Shit

Expensive Shit is a powerful feminist masterpiece. Based on real events, the play follows Tolu (Cameron), a toilet attendant, and cuts back and forth ...
The 39 Steps 2016 tour
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The 39 Steps

An award winning, Hitchcock-inspired production with four actors, playing 139 roles in 100minutes? Yes please. It’s the end of the show’s nine year ru...
Dance of Death Glasgow's Citizen's Theatre
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Dance of Death

This bleak, Beckettian comedy is as funny as it is disturbing, not least because of a scene involving a lot of dead fish. Frances Poet seamlessly ada...
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Goodnight Mr Tom

David Wood’s Olivier award-winning adaptation of Goodnight Mr Tom has been revived to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Michelle Magorian’s classic ch...
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Scottish Ballet: Cinderella

Scottish Ballet’s latest production of Cinderella is the perfect balance of physical comedy and festive sparkle. I realise that sentence is nauseating...
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Madama Butterfly

Burbach’s new production of Madama Butterfly draws on traditional Japanese ghost stories to ‘radically reframe’ the opera. The result is haunting on s...
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Why is it that whenever a classic is ‘updated’ it gets set during one of the world wars? How many Shakespearean Nazis have traipsed the boards in heav...
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The Clown of Clowns

As part of their annual Grimeborn Opera Festival, the Arcola debuts what is undoubtedly the worst performance I have ever seen. You know what it's ...
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Asking Rembrandt

What does someone ask for when they commission art? Something beautiful, a status symbol, an artist’s ‘vision’? And how does the money and expectation...