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REVIEWS

Set in 1980, the debut play by sisters Nicola and Stacey Victoria Bland tells the story of their real-life godmother, a transgender woman, and...

The Dundee Rep Ensemble has had no small amount of success in tackling Arthur Miller’s work of late – its 2017 production of Death...

Known largely now for his experiments with genre and form, it’s a surprise to find that in 1984 Tom Stoppard turned his hand to...

Death is a cabaret, old chum, in this collaboration between Matthew Lenton's theatre company Vanishing Point and Biff Smith’s Glasgow band A New International. A...

Julia Donaldson is the JK Rowling for children under five. Everything she touches – usually in combination with illustrator Axel Scheffler – turns to...

The first opera to be performed in the rebuilt smaller venue at the Royal Opera House is a new work designed for children of...

Hannah Patterson’s new play is based on the 2008 controversy in which the Scottish government gave permission to Donald Trump to build a luxury...

Peter Shaffer’s 1973 play features a constant push and pull between the Apollonian and the Dionysian; that is, between the rational and ordered, the...

There’s been a mini-wave of Molière updates on our stages over the last few months. Last year, there was a bilingual staging of Tartuffe...

All the world’s a stage in Kimberley Sykes’ sunny production of Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy. The transformative magic of the Forest of Arden is intertwined...

Noel Coward made his final stage appearance as pompous, ageing author Sir Hugo Latymer, the character at the centre of this welcome, if slow-burning,...

David Mamet’s taut, intense 1983 play about men on the edge has, if anything, gained in resonance over the years. With its tight focus...
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