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Theatre Review: The 306--Day

Joy Watters reviews the second part in a trilogy of work looking at the lives of people affected by the 306 men shot for cowardice in WWI.

Review: The Commitments ****

Michael Cox reviews a production that might be thin on plot and character but is rich in 'spine-tingling energy and passion'.

Review: Five Guys Named Moe ***

Michael Cox reviews a production that is 'saved by the excellent music and talented cast'.

Review: Million Dollar Quartet *****

Jo Turbitt reviews a production that 'hits every delicious note' in its depiction of some of rock music's greatest.

Review: The Enchanted Forest--Shimmer ****

Michael Cox reviews a 'poetically beautiful and wonderfully engaging' experience.

The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil

Michael Cox writes about the seminal play and the current touring production from Dundee Rep.

Festival Review: Grit ****

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews a wonderful celebration of Martyn Bennett's classic work.

Festival Review: Anything That Gives Off Light ***

Michael Cox reviews a production with a lot of creative ideas but a messy script.

Festival Review: Wind Resistance ****

Michael Cox reviews a production filled with 'beautiful harmony'.

Festival Reviews: Traverse, Pleasance and Assembly

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews High Heels in Low Places, Teatro Delusio and Finding Joy.

Festival Reviews: Immersive Theatre

Michael Cox reviews Counting Sheep, World Without Us and Cut.

Festival Reviews: Briefs and The Road to Huntsville

Ashling Findlay-Carroll reviews 'a great night out' and a production that's 'equal parts shocking and straightforward'.

Festival Review: Roundabout at Summerhall

Michael Cox reviews I Got Superpowers for my Birthday, Every Brilliant Thing, All the Things I've Lied About, Scorch, Jonny & the Baptists--Eat the Poor and Ghost Quartet.

Festival Review: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs *****

Michael Cox reviews 'an unforgettable performance'.

Festival Review: Traverse One

Michael Cox reviews The Red Shed, Daffodils and Milk.

Festival Review: Traverse Two

Michael Cox reviews Expensive Shit, My Eyes Went Dark, In Fidelity, Diary of a Madman and Greater Belfast.

Review: Bernadette Peters ****

Michael Cox reviews an excellent night of musical theatre.

Theatre Review: The 306--Dawn

Joy Watters reviews a theatrical commemoration of lives lost in WWI.

Review: Hinterland ****

Michael Cox reviews 'an ambitious project that is worthwhile'.

Music Review: Top Ten 2015 Albums

Lorna Irvine reveals her top picks of the year.

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