Performing Arts Reviews

Bethan Langford (Second Lady), Jeni Bern (First Lady) and Sioned Gwen Davies (Third Lady) in The Magic Flute. Scottish Opera 2019. Credit James Glossop

Scottish Opera: The Magic Flute

Until 29 June Review

The Magic Flute, Mozart’s magical singspiel rooted in fairy tale heroes and damsels in distress, is presented by Scottish Opera in Glasgow before touring Scotland and showing in London and Belfast later this year

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long shadows: Kings Theatre

Kings Theatre: Rebus Long Shadows

Until Oct 13 Review

In this production, we join the protagonist in his later years, with Rebus riddled with COPD, unkempt and struggling to find any joy in his retirement – in short – the Rebus fans of  novels have come to love. 

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E.D.S. Gallery: featured artist Joyce Gunn Cairns

Until November Review

This display explores the purity of certain dainty subjects, apparent in the pastel color schemes, the natural state of the surrounding environment, and the expressions of suave, yet innocent contemplation on the subject’s faces, which Cairns presents with extreme sensitivity.

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King’s Theatre: Rain Man

Review

Based on the Oscar winning film which famously starred Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman, Bill Kenwright’s inaugural Classic Screen to Stage Theatre Company production of Rain Man is a marvel.

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His Majesty’s Theatre: Rock of Ages

Until Feb 2 Review

Kevin Clifton will join the cast of the award-winning smash-hit musical “ROCK OF AGES” in the role of ‘Stacee Jaxx’ when this outrageous performance comes to Aberdeen’s His Majesty’s Theatre from Monday, January 28, 2019 until Saturday, February 2, 2019.

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Citizens Theatre I Bold Girls Review

Until February 10

Bold Girls is the newest and absolute must-see production at the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow. Set in Belfast in the early 1990s is a perfect story with a brilliant all female cast.

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Lyceum Theatre I The Lover Review

Until February 3

The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh presents The Lover, an adaptation of the semi-autobiographical novel by Marguerite Duras, which details her seductive and exotic love affair with a 27-year-old wealthy Chinese heir in French colonial Vietnam in 1929.

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