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EdFringe Review: Animate Lands: Mythic Celtic Tales

WJQuinnAug 11, 20233 min read

★★★★★ A sell-out at the 2022 Scottish International Storytelling Festival, Dougie Mackay and Freya Rae’s ‘Animate Lands: Mythic Celtic Tales’ returns to the scene of its former success. Will it…

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EdFringe Review: First Piano on the Moon (Revisited) – Will Pickvance

WJQuinnAug 6, 20233 min read

★★★ Will Pickvance is a very talented man, and he’s been entertaining families with First Piano on the Moon since pre-pandemic. Put him in front of a piano and watch…

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EdFringe Review: Wee Seals and Selkies

WJQuinnAug 4, 20233 min read

★★★★ Janis Mackay’s ‘Wee Seals and Selkies’ returns to the Scottish Storytelling Centre to entertain wee ones (and their big yins) this Edinburgh Fringe. A partner show to Mackay’s two…

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Winnie the Pooh @ Festival Theatre, Edinburgh

WJQuinnJul 18, 20233 min read

“…under-amplified, under-baked, and underwhelming”, Rockefeller Productions new Winnie the Pooh fails to capture the charm of its source material. ★★ 📍 Festival Theatre, Edinburgh📅 Tue 18 Jul to Wed 19…

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Review: The Last Forecast – Edinburgh

WJQuinnJul 12, 20234 min read

“…a wonderful show, and admirably abstract for a work intended for younger audiences.” Bridie Gane’s ‘The Last Forecast’ for Catherine Wheels, is children’s theatre of a very high order. ★★★★…

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