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Theatre Review: Cinderella--Cumbernauld Theatre ***

Joy Watters reviews a new spin on a classic tale.

Theatre Review: An Edinburgh Christmas Carol--Royal Lyceum Theatre ***

Joy Watters reviews a fragmented work with some outstanding aspects.

Theatre Review: Sinbad--Perth Theatre ****

Joy Watters reviews a production that has 'plenty to entertain'.

Theatre Review: A Christmas Carol--Pitlochry Festival Theatre ****

Joy Watters reviews 'a festive entertainment not to be missed'.

Theatre Review: Mother Goose--Byre Theatre ***

Joy Watters reviews an entertaining panto.

Theatre Review: Oor Wullie ***

Joy Watters reviews the theatrical outing of the beloved 'cheeky comic character'.

Theatre Review: Kes ***

Joy Watters reviews a production of a modern classic.

Theatre Review: Cabaret ****

Michael Cox reviews a solid production of a classic musical.

Theatre Review: Faith Healer ****

Joy Watters reviews 'a wonderful piece of storytelling'.

Theatre Review: The Panopticon ***

Joy Watters reviews 'a powerful explosive piece'.

Theatre Review: Clybourne Park ****

Michael Cox reviews a 'hilarious, cringe-worthy and thought-provoking' night out.

Review: Still Game: The Final Farewell ****

Michael Cox reviews the send off of some of Scottish TV's most beloved characters.

Theatre Review: Solaris ****

Joy Watters reviews a production that 'takes the audience on a deeply unsettling journey'.

Theatre Review: Frankenstein ***

Joy Watters reviews 'a fascinating portrait of Mary Shelley'.

Theatre Review: North and South ****

Joy Watters reviews 'a solid piece of thought-provoking entertainment'.

Theatre Review: The Duchess [of Malfi] ****

Scott Purvis reviews an impressive, timely production.

Theatre Review: Tay Bridge ****

Joy Watters reviews 'an unforgettable piece of theatre'.

Festival Review: HEAR WORD! ****

Joy Watters reviews a production that 'makes its points honestly and engagingly'.

Festival Review: Red Dust Road ***

Joy Watters reviews a theatrical staging 'that stumbles in making the journey from original memoir to play'.

Theatre Review: Amelie: The Musical ***

Scott Purvis reviews a production with impressive elements but 'lacks a certain je ne said quoi'.

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