Edinburgh Makars

Review – My Three Angels

Review – My Three Angels

Slight and somewhat worthy, Sam and Bella Spewack’s 1950s comedy is given a muted but entertaining production by the Edinburgh Makars at the St Bride’s Centre this week.

November 15, 2013 | By | Reply More
Review – Come Blow Your Horn

Review – Come Blow Your Horn

The Edinburgh Makars provide a solid evening’s entertainment and some big laughs in their production of Neil Simon’s Come Blow Your Horn at Murrayfield Parish Church Centre.

August 11, 2013 | By | Reply More
Challenging nights at SCDA One Act Festival

Challenging nights at SCDA One Act Festival

The SCDA’s three-evening festival of one act plays opens at St Serf’s in controversial mode on Valentines night with a Sixties examination of racism deemed so problematic it comes with its own contents warning.

February 4, 2013 | By | Reply More
Edinburgh Amateurs On The Edinburgh Fringe

Edinburgh Amateurs On The Edinburgh Fringe

Edinburgh-based amateur theatre companies appearing in the fringe:

It’s Edinburgh’s festival, and Edinburgh’s amateur and student theatre companies aren’t about to let anyone forget, with a programme of events which would make a pretty decent festival in their own right.

August 2, 2011 | By | 2 Replies 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
Æ Review – Agatha Christie’s The Hollow

Æ Review – Agatha Christie’s The Hollow

★★☆☆☆

There is nothing sleepy about the Hollow to which the Angkatells have retired in this country house weekend murder mystery from the Makars, which is at Adam House until Saturday.

November 27, 2009 | By | Reply More
Preview for the week: 23-29 November

Preview for the week: 23-29 November

It’s another busy week at Edinburgh’s theatres, where the amateur companies are taking centre stage with three productions – at St Columba’s, Adam House and Saughtonhall – while Scottish Opera continue to hold the stage at the Festival Theatre. Panto time is well and truly upon us, with the Brunton up and running, the Lyceum […]

November 25, 2009 | By | Reply More