Hazel Eadie

The Curious Case of Osgood Mackenzie

The Curious Case of Osgood Mackenzie

★★★☆☆ Unusual staging

The Curious Case of Osgood Mackenzie, from Arkle at the Royal Scots Club, is a well researched slice of Scottish history, presented in a way that has genuine novelty.

Aug 17 2023 | By | Reply More
Pressure

Pressure

★★★★☆ Energetic and intense

David Haig’s Pressure, focusing on two British obsessions: the weather and World War Two, had its world première at the Lyceum in 2014 and is now revived by Arkle at the Hill Street Theatre until Saturday.

Apr 20 2023 | By | Reply More
Bug

Bug

★★★★☆ Twisted romance

Set in a motel room somewhere in America, Bug begins like a twisted tale of romance but ends as a case study of how conspiracy, paranoia and wild theories can escalate into all-encompassing self-destructive philosophies.

Oct 28 2021 | By | Reply More
Bakersfield Mist

Bakersfield Mist

✭✭✩✩✩ Bakersfield missed:
Despite a great deal of care and two capable actors, Bakersfield Mist at the Royal Scots Club from Arkle Theatre Company never really gets off the ground.

Aug 18 2015 | By | Reply More
Review – We Happy Few

Review – We Happy Few

Arkle Theatre Company make a good job of an over-written script in their solid and entertaining production of We Happy Few, which plays at the Lauriston Hall to Saturday 28 April 2012.

Apr 27 2012 | By | Reply More