Alistair McGowan is the perfect Satie, humorous and surreal, and plays his music with great skill and tenderness in this delightful production from the Edinburgh Fringe.
"Man is a knot of relationships – only relationships are important to Man." (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry - Flight to Arras, 1942)
In keeping with the spirit of Shakespeare this production by Smooth Faced Gentleman mixes humour with tragedy in this upbeat and contemporary re-imaging of Shakespeare's Othello.
Find out how important a list-making father, a pot-making uncle and a love of barnacles were to Charles Darwin's theory of evolution. A review of the Tangram Theatre's one-man show.
A dynamic and visceral production of Shakespeare's most violent play Titus Andronicus at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, by the Smooth Faced Gentlemen, the only all-female Shakespeare theatre company in the UK. A review:
Delightful, funny, and moving, this is Marie Curie as you've never seen her before. Actor John Hinton, in the eponymous role, is a verbal virtuoso. Our review of The Element in the Room, currently on at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival:
As you enter the theatre you are greeted personally by Albert, who shakes your hand, eyes gleaming with enthusiasm, energy and bonhomie. Once everyone is seated, he makes his address to an audience of Princeton University students in New Jersey, where he has been accepted on the staff in 1933, after fleeing the horrors of Nazi Germany. So begins 'Albert Einstein - Relativitively Speaking'