Scott Fletcher

Cuttin’ A Rug

Cuttin’ A Rug

✭✭✭✭✩ Cuts like mustard:
Fizzing with energy and wisecracking brio, the Citizens Theatre’s production of John Byrne’s Cuttin’ A Rug – at the King’s till Saturday – also has a careful and deep humanity.

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The Slab Boys

The Slab Boys

✭✭✭✭✩ Hyper-real humour:
Funny, well performed and intelligent, the revival of John Byrne’s hugely popular The Slab Boys at the King’s gets a great deal right but falls frustratingly short of being a definitive production.

March 11, 2015 | By | Reply More
Review – Romeo and Juliet

Review – Romeo and Juliet

Vibrant and driven, Bard in the Botanics’ Romeo and Juliet bursts and bounces about the stage in this touring production which is at Summerhall for three nights only.

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Romeo and Juliet to Summerhall

Romeo and Juliet to Summerhall

Glasgow’s acclaimed Bard in the Botanics company is making its first ever foray to the Capital this week, when it brings its five performer production of Romeo and Juliet to Summerhall.

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Review – A respectable Woman Takes to Vulgarity

Review – A respectable Woman Takes to Vulgarity

The relationship between language and power is woven right through Douglas Maxwell’s misleadingly simple script for a Play, a Pie and a Pint, at the Traverse theatre every lunchtime until Saturday.

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