Rebecca: A Study in Jealousy, presented by Kneehigh Theatre Company, is an adaptation of the classic book by Daphne du Maurier. Beloved by generations the novel was written in 1938. It has never been out of publication and is perhaps most famous for inspiring the iconic Alfred Hitchcock film.Read more
I am the Head of Theatre at the Young Perspective. It has been a huge learning curve to be involved in this fantastic publication and it is a task that I take a great amount of pleasure from. The opportunity to review and engage with the variety of productions that come to Edinburgh is incredible and the city proves day after day throughout the year why it plays host to the largest cultural festival in the world.
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo is a phenomenon of dance. An all-male troupe of professional dancers performing a full repertoire of classical ballet and original works, the Trocks are technically incredible but it is their comedic twist on these classics that is their true attraction.Read more
Tabitha James reviews Lord of the Flies, performed at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre as part of a UK tour, with particular praise for the set.Read more
Tabby James reviews Stomp at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre, praising the way in which the show engages even without an obvious narrative.Read more
Tabby James reviews The Shawshank Redemption at Edinburgh’s King’s Theatre, praising the set, despite being less impressed by the script.Read more
Tabitha James reviews Arthur Miller’s The Last Yankee, performed by Rapture Theatre at Summerhall in partnership with mental health charity, See Me.Read more