Kirsty McGrory

Fringe Sub-Editor
Kirsty McGrory is a writer based in Edinburgh. She graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in English Literature in 2008. Her niche obsessions include, but are not limited to: 1970s cinema; 17th century Scottish witch trials; The Fall (band, season, damned Lapsarian state); true crime podcasts; Victoria Woodhull; former Greek finance minister, Yanis Varoufakus; gratuitous listing; The Oxford comma, and inappropriately emotive trip advisor reviews.
55 articles

Wise Children [ONLINE]

Emma Rice's ambitious production retains the joy, but dilutes the complexity of Angela Carter's final novel

12 May 2020

Frankenstein [ONLINE]

National theatre's celebrated 2011 production retains intensity and relevance

5 May 2020

Anything Goes

Southern Light's production of Cole Porter's classic musical is delightful, delicious and de-lovely

9 March 2020


Final NOW exhibition is deeply impressive in scope

13 November 2019

Bible John

Ambitious production addresses the current widespread obsession with true crime

21 August 2019