Pleasance Theatre

Review – Coriolanus

Review – Coriolanus

Bloody retribution, a few slit throats and a mother’s surprising influence make sure that there are few uneventful moments in Edinburgh University Shakespeare Company’s starkly 80s take on Shakespeare’s great tragedy of Coriolanus.

February 28, 2013 | By | Reply More
Review – Into The Woods

Review – Into The Woods

A giant to end all giants stamps its way onto the Pleasance Theatre stage this week, in Eusog’s excellent – if occasionally wavering – production of the Stephen Sondheim favourite, Into The Woods.

November 14, 2012 | By | Reply More
Review – 13 the musical

Review – 13 the musical

* * * Pleasance Theatre Review by Thom Dibdin Bursting with exuberance, big beats and hormonally-enhanced doses of angst, the Forth Children’s Theatre production of 13 The Musical, captures that particularly vicious age when you officially become a teenager. Alex Bathe stars as Jewish New Yorker Evan Goldman, a happy enough lad despite his parents’ […]

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