This is definitely one to watch out for in the future, a face-stuffing feast of polyphonic fantasy, post-colonial farce, and riotous, rumbustious imagining.
365 from the National Theatre of Scotland follows a series of teenagers emerging from care, and taking their first steps towards independence in ‘practice flats’. David Harrower’s drama explores the instabilities of identity that assail these young people, abruptly required … Continued
Amit Lahav’s company bring wit and compassion and an essential lightness of touch to this grimmest of stories, aided by Ti Green’s bleakly playful set and some glorious lighting from James Farncombe.
Warm, wise and beguiling, The Frog Princess is fifty minutes of rough magic that takes its audience on an epic imaginative journey.
As an examination of the overly simplistic adult tendency to classify teenage behaviour as the direct result of easily identifiable causes like alcohol, pornography and violent media, Punk Rock delivers.