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Review: Learning to Fly – Traverse Theatre

WJQuinnNov 19, 20233 min read

★★★★ James Rowland brings his self-penned show, Learning to Fly back to Edinburgh, after a successful run during the 2022 August Fringe at Summerhall. Traverse 2 sees the show brought…

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Review: No Spray, No Lay – St. Augustine’s Church

WJQuinnNov 19, 20234 min read

No Spray, No Lay, the creative child of Writers and Creative Directors – Kat Dobell & Lara Dunning has arrived at St. Augustine’s Church. Doubtless inspired by first-hand experience of…

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Review: The Ghosts of North Leith – Citadel Arts Group

WJQuinnNov 15, 20234 min read

★★★★ Leith treasures, the Citadel Arts Group, are currently summoning the dead to North Leith Parish Church, with The Ghosts of North Leith. The play, which received a warm welcome…

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Review: Chalk – EGTG – Assembly Roxy

WJQuinnNov 13, 20234 min read

★★★★★ The Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group (EGTG) manifested the UK premiere of Walt McGough’s Chalk this November. If any evidence of the groups’ continued vigour after 69 years in business…

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A Woman Walks Into A Bank: A Glimpse into Modern Russia – Q&A with Playwright Roxy Cook

WJQuinnNov 10, 20235 min read

In the historical backdrop of Moscow, post the 2018 World Cup, a ‘striking’ play, ‘A Woman Walks Into A Bank,’ is set to open at Theatre503 on November 21st. Written…

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