Vita and Virginia is a moving and thought-provoking play that explores the complex relationship between two brilliant women. Emma Francis and Ruth Cattell give outstanding performances as Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf, respectively. They bring the characters to life with empathy and understanding, and their chemistry is undeniable. Atkins’ abridgement is masterful, capturing the original text’s essence while making it more accessible to a modern audience.
This stage show is a faithful in spirit and entertaining adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes: The Speckled Band. It is an excellent play that is perfect for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and does justice to this classic story.
Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters is a clever adaptation of the Discworld book and has a coven of witches meddle helpfully to sort out the legacy in a Kingdom following the murder of the king.
A circus might have someone fling themselves daringly from one tower to another without missing or falling short and landing unpleasantly with a flop on the hard ground. Circa: Humans 2.0 has the flings, but the towers are made from people.
A live radio show might sound like a strange concept but thanks to the efforts of the most Hitchhikers team and the other Playhouse staff – it works. This was a one off show in Edinburgh, recorded live and available for download later. That said, the it seems possible that the show may return later. […]