Edinburgh Theatre

The year 2015-2016 was a big year for me, coming to Edinburgh after working in the Middle East for several years. One of the first things I did was visit the Festival Theatre, where I fell in love with modern dance (I hate dancing, so don’t switch off if you are also not a dancer). Although I intend to continue visiting the Festival, I will also be trying out other venues, for modern dance, drama, ballet and opera.

September 23, 2018

Resisting Whiteness

Resisting Whiteness (Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh) Organized by a collective of queer and trans people of…
August 23, 2018

Sod's Law (Edinburgh Festival)

Sod's Law (Edinburgh Festival) A posh young aristo, singing lectures about fisting and 'man twats,'…
August 22, 2018

Trans Pennine

Trans Pennine (Edinburgh Festival) A gentle, generally light, small-scale drama, Trans Pennine explores family life…
August 19, 2018

Pussy Riot + The Estrons (Edinburgh Festival)

Pussy Riot + The Estrons (Edinburgh Festival) You say 'punk,' I think of skinny men…
August 16, 2018

Edinburgh Book Festival: Precarious Freedoms panel

‚Äč Precarious Freedoms: Queer Perspectives From Around The World (Edinburgh Book Festival) Last night I…
August 04, 2018

The Lady Boys of Bangkok (Edinburgh Festival)

  The Lady Boys of Bangkok (Edinburgh Festival) Their Big Top tent is located on…
August 28, 2017

Adam (Drama, Edinburgh Festival) 28.08.17

Adam (Drama, Edinburgh Festival) 28.08.17 This was a slick, creative piece of theatre, inventive in…
August 27, 2017

Eve (Theatre, Edinburgh Festival) 27.08.17

Eve (Theatre, Edinburgh Festival) 27.08.17 Actress/writer Jo Clifford's telling of her life story, Eve ,…
August 21, 2017

Cirkopolis (Circus, Edinburgh Festival)

Cirkopolis (Circus, Edinburgh Festival) 21.08.17 Cirkopolis does not lack ambition. Filling a conference room on…