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Crucible

Crucible

Something pungent was bubbling away on the cauldron, centre stage, when I took my seat on the grassy knoll last night. Evocative smells and rosemary branches seductively strewn over the BOAT (Brighton Open Air Theatre) seating areas added to an eerie atmosphere… 

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Edinburgh Preview: Suzi Ruffell & Jen Brister
Edinburgh Preview: Suzi Ruffell & Jen Brister

Suzi Ruffell loves doing stand-up - and it shows. It was previously her hobby, but now it’s her job she has a new pastime: trolling on the internet… 

Frankenstein
Frankenstein

When SISATA was formed in 2012 they originally focused on the re-telling of Shakespearean plays, but they've always followed the central aim of bringing 'classic stories to life'… 

Edinburgh Preview: Sarah Callaghan
Edinburgh Preview: Sarah Callaghan

Who says stand-up and poetry don’t go together? Sarah Callaghan was told it wouldn’t work, that it just wasn’t, well, fun enough… 

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Orphans

Orphans

While threat and menace pervade the neighbourhood, Danny and Helen keep their heads down and their mouths shut. The moment Orphans begins, though, Helen’s brother stands in their flat, dripping with blood… But whose is it? And what is Liam hiding? Never free from an encroaching sense of dystopia, Orphans is arguably more relevant today than ever… 

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Crucible
Crucible

Something pungent was bubbling away on the cauldron, centre stage, when I took my seat on the grassy knoll last night… 

The Ghost Light
The Ghost Light

At London's Lyceum, something malign and vengeful is stirring. To prevent its triumph, England's greatest actor-manager Henry Irving and his personal manager Bram Stoker must unravel the mystery that resides at the heart of their own theatre… 

Shackleton's Carpenter
Shackleton's Carpenter

A play by Gail Louw. Starring Malcolm Rennie.Shackleton’s Endurance sank in Antarctica, leaving him and his crew of 27 stranded…