✭✭✭✭✩ Timelessly funny:
Energetic, well drilled and mining a rich seam of comedy, Edinburgh Theatre Arts’ production of Tartuffe is cleverly staged and particularly enjoyable.
✭✭✭✩✩ Picked mix
A mixed bag of comedy is to be had up at St Ninian’s this week, where Edinburgh Theatre Arts are giving a decent take on one-act comedies new and old.
✭✭✭✩✩ Complex St Ninian’s Mon 8 – Sat 13 April 2013 Review by Thom Dibdin Menacing and dark, Edinburgh Theatre Arts production of the Water Engine at St Ninian’s Hall, Comely Bank, finds the thrill in David Mamet’s examination of corporate greed. Set in 1934, during the Chicago Century of Progress Exposition, the play […]
* * * By Thom Dibdin St Ninian’s Church Hall It’s a classic case of comedic love and loss up at Comely Bank this week, with a healthy dose of line dancing thrown in, as Edinburgh Theatre Arts stage Joe Graham’s comedy of small town social life: A Fistful of Mondays. Opening up the tiny […]
* * * St Ninian’s Hall By Thom Dibdin Fun and frothy, Edinburgh Theatre Arts’ new production of Tons of Money might have been a little frazzled around the edges at last night’s opening performance – but this is a company who knows exactly when to ignore the hiccups and get on with the show. […]