Curious Shoes is a show that's unashamedly dominated by the perceived needs of its target audience, people living with dementia, and those who care and support them.
When hatmaker Robert is reunited with his Italian granddaughters, cultures collide, communications are crossed and fears are fought.
It's just four years since Pitlochry Festival Theatre put on a production of Anne Downie's 1989 play The Yellow On The Broom, based on the autobiographical novel by Betsy W…
A production by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in association with Dundee Rep Ensemble.
beautiful, wild, free and full of joy,” say the titular Maids, Solange and
Claire, towards the close of Jean Genet’s 1947 drama, courtesy of Martin Crimp’s
Menace”, according to Wikipedia, were “an informal group of lesbian radical
feminists formed to protest the exclusion of lesbians and lesbian issues from
Historically speaking, the
original “Damned Rebel Bitches” were—according to the “butcher” Duke of Cumberland—the Jacobite women who marched
behind their men in order…
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s debut novel has become so iconic in Western culture that the word “Frankenstein” is now used pejoratively to describe any scientific o…
The writer and historian James Truslow
Adams once defined the “American Dream” as the potential for life to be “better
and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity …
“Small boys are not to be trusted,” says
the titular George’s gleefully malevolent Grandma in this new production—by
Dundee Rep’s Associate Artistic Director Joe Dougla…
Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour is a
highly entertaining, song-packed show with plenty of heart.
of us come to fairy tales – folk tales in general – courtesy of their
so-called “traditional” retellings by Disney or the local panto.
the most important part of any Agatha Christie play doesn’t happen on the
stage at all; it takes place in the rest of the theatre during the interval,
Arguably the most significant work of new theatre from
“north of the border” in recent years is the National Theatre of Scotland’s Black Watch,
an excellent example of inve…
enjoyed a relatively carefree childhood and colourful teenage youth during the
1970s, I’m often still annoyed by the apparent cultural consensus
which dismisses those y…
No less a figure than Inspector Rebus
creator Ian Rankin once insisted that the only author to ever “nail” Edinburgh was Robert Louis Stevenson
in his classic 1886 novella, S…
Gogol’s The Gamblers (premiered in 1843) is relatively rarely-performed,
at least in comparison with the writer’s most famous work, The Government
There are five characters in Tennessee William’s breakthrough “memory play” The Glass Menagerie.
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