Bryony Kimmings at Pleasance

Review: Bryony Kimmings – I’m a Phoenix, Bitch

Towards the start of this raw and exposing autobiographical show, an inner voice tells Bryony Kimmings she isn't funny any more. It's one of a string of needling criticisms from a voice she characterises as a ...

Review: How Not To Drown at the Traverse

The raft-like stage tilts at a perilous angle towards the audience. It symbolises the insecure journey of Dritan Kastrati, not just on his childhood escape from a Kosovo under civil war but also his arrival in...
Sea Sick at CanadaHub

Review: Sea Sick at CanadaHub King’s Hall

"I love to ask questions," says Sea Sick's Alanna Mitchell, who is at pains to point out she’s a journalist, not an actor. The daughter of a scientist and an artist, she grew up with a love not only of facts b...
The Secret River at King's Theatre

Review: The Secret River at the King’s Theatre

It starts with the indigenous people. They gather round the campfire flames, speak their language without translation and stop to hear a sad lament. This, fans of Kate Grenville will note, is not the way her m...
Orson Welles

Orson Welles: Drawings and Sketches

The artistic vision of Orson Welles was always apparent in his films, but what few people know is that he was as creative on paper as he was on celluloid. When Beatrice Welles asks you to come up and see her e...