Beacon Arts Centre

14 - 15 June 2023
A bloated and convoluted plot renders this psychological drama a thrill-less thriller
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

21 October 2022
Jerry Sadowitz - Not For Anyone
Diabolical in service of deeper truths; the Fringe doesn't realise what it's missing
Reviewed at Alhambra Theatre

27 September 2022
Crocodile Rock
Joyful musical chronicles a teenage boy's discovery of drag
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

24 September 2022
A New Life
Musical about new parenthood has comedic highlights but feels inconsistent
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

15 - 16 September 2022
A tour de force one-woman show commemorating one of Scotland's forgotten football legends
Reviewed at Eden Court

11 - 12 March 2022
Stand By
Immersive drama offers an authentic portrayal of policing in Scotland
Reviewed at Eden Court

9 October 2021
The Enemy
A thrilling reimagining of an Ibsen classic
Reviewed at King's Theatre

20 July 2021
City Breakz
Sassy, spirited breakdancing in al fresco locations
Reviewed at Summerhall

13 November 2019
Black Men Walking
Thought-provoking theatre about racial identity
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

25 October 2019
Witty yet moving exploration of Glasgow's asbestos crisis
Reviewed at Paisley Arts Centre

15 October 2019
The Stornoway Way
Dogstar Theatre Company brings Gaelic storytelling to the stage
Reviewed at Festival Theatre Studio

8 October 2019
The Box
Deeply affecting and important work explores the dark world of depression
Reviewed at Assembly Roxy

19 September 2019
Inventive children's play stays on tract
Reviewed at Eden Court

12 September 2019
Clybourne Park
A rapturous dance around the Monopoly board
Reviewed at Eden Court

23 May 2019
The Red Lion
Much more than a matchday melodrama, Patrick Marber's football play receives a fine Scottish debut
Reviewed at Brunton Theatre

27 October 2018
The Macbeths
Abstract creative decisions lead to a confusing rendition of Shakespeare's Scottish play.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

24 October 2018
Overbearing symbolism inhibits any sense of clarity in this satirical play about the British workforce.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

16 September 2018
McLuckie's Line
Tale of a racing man turned actor displays heart and soul
Reviewed at Brunton Theatre

26 May 2018
New play exploring grief and loss manages to uplift
Reviewed at Paisley Arts Centre

3 May 2018
The Monster & Mary Shelley
Fascinating and hilarious contemporary look back at Mary Shelley's creation of Frankenstein.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

11 February 2018
Ae Fond Kiss
Wink-wink content sits uneasily in this song-filled Burns tribute.
Reviewed at Eden Court

4 March 2017
A Life With The Beatles
[Rating:4/5] An enjoyable look at the Beatles' career through the eyes of road manager, Neil Aspinall.
Reviewed at -SELECT VENUE-

4 February 2017
Black Beauty
Intertextual mischief with a classic puts the rest out to pasture
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

2 February 2017
The End of Things
The clock is ticking. Company of Wolves reminds us that the end will come.
Reviewed at Traverse Theatre

14 November 2017
Love and Information
Bilingual Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Solar Bear production explores love in the modern age
Reviewed at Assembly Roxy

19 September 2017
Blanche and Butch
Biting drag comedy that shines a discoball on disability in theatre.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

3 March 2017
The Cause of Thunder
A meandering but entertaining meditation on the ways in which the world has changed since Brexit.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

27 October 2016
Invisible Army
Terra Incognita give a sensitive and imaginative exposition of the life of young carers.
Reviewed at Eden Court

6 October 2016
A beautiful and unique performance from Irish innovator Pat Kinevane.
Reviewed at Tron Theatre

20 September 2016
The Course of True Love
Romantic and international relations dilemmas play out in a plush hotel room.
Reviewed at Brunton Theatre

4 October 2016
There is much to love about Rapture Theatre's take on Cold War German politics
Reviewed at Eden Court