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Review – Hamlet

Review – Hamlet

* * * St Brides Community Centre Review by Thom Dibdin Exciting and satisfying touches to the casting of the Grads’ solid version of Hamlet provide an extra lift to the production which is running at St Brides all week until Saturday. Here is Hamlet played pretty much as straight revenge tragedy – by the […]

November 11, 2011 | By | 1 Reply More
Æ Review – The Edge of Darkness

Æ Review – The Edge of Darkness

* * St Bride’s Centre By Thom Dibdin There is a quick, bright undertow to the Edinburgh Makars production of Brian Clemens’ psychological drama, The Edge of Darkness, which is set in a remote, cliff-side house in the early 20th century. This is largely thanks to Susan Robertson as Penny, the young housekeeper who has […]

November 18, 2010 | By | Reply More
Theatre Review – Columbinus

Theatre Review – Columbinus

* * * St Bride’s Community Centre By Thom Dibdin Powerful and compelling, random ACT’s production of Columbinus at the St Bride’s Centre is a chilling reminder of the massacre at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado, just 11 years ago. There is no doubting the strength of the material that director John Naples-Campbell has […]

April 29, 2010 | By | 1 Reply More
REVIEW – Wit

REVIEW – Wit

St Bride’s Centre * * * Review by Thom Dibdin Tough and uncompromising but not quite achieving its full potential, the Grad’s production of Margaret Edson’s Pulitzer prize-winner finds great emotional depth but is ultimately undone by purely technical details. Never a company to make things easy on themselves, the Grads have taken on a […]

November 12, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More