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Theatre 2022 Archives - One4Review

Trainspotting Live 5*****

August 28, 2022 |

I don’t know what I’ve just seen. But I know I loved it. The show takes place deep in the bowels of the EICC. Had we not been supplied with glow sticks at the front door you might be forgiven … Read More

Mustard – 5*****

August 26, 2022 |

When E receives a call from her former lover, she drops everything in Ireland to rush over to London to see him. They have been apart for almost a year and, as a result, she has endured a period of … Read More

Raft 4****

August 25, 2022 |

Raft deals with abuse, but it’s sensitive and respectful and gentle with its subject, and the central sea-monster metaphor means it can focus on the experience of the women involved without giving any more attention to the monster than … Read More

Boris the Third 4****

August 23, 2022 |

Pleasance Courtyard – Pleasance One

Until 29th August

Something for the Weekend take us back to the cloisters at Eton School in 1982, when an 18-year-old Boris Johnson took the lead in Richard III, without bothering to learn his lines. … Read More

Bad Teacher 4****

August 21, 2022 |

A one-woman dark comedy brought to us by The Queen of Cups. The play, written and performed by Erin Holland and directed by Grace O’Keefe, draws upon their real-life experiences of teaching and features a school-day-in-the-life of a 26 year … Read More

Lightweight – 5*****

August 21, 2022 |

Amie Enriquez’ solo show tells the tale of her painful battle with anorexia. The drama begins in an addiction treatment centre and, from the outset, the audience is aware of the consequences to Amie’s health as she lists the symptoms … Read More

The Choir of Man 5*****

August 20, 2022 |

Choir of Man are regular performers at the Edinburgh Fringe and have built up a huge following over the years.

This year we are invited to their fictional pub “The Jungle”. When you first arrive you are invited up on … Read More

Bloody Difficult Women 4****

August 20, 2022 |

Author, broadcaster and journalist Tim Walker’s new play about the power struggle between two determined women, and in particular the court case brought by Gina Miller against Theresa May’s Government to determine whether Brexit could be achieved without parliamentary approval. … Read More

Pramkicker 4****

August 17, 2022 |

Pramkicker is a contemporary drama about young women choosing whether or not to have children and what it means to be a woman without children. Both of the performers are brilliant. Ella Ironside plays Jude aka ‘pramkicker’ who is taking … Read More

Flight – 2.5**

August 17, 2022 |

A clear warning: This show contains complete darkness. May not be suitable for those with claustrophobia or a fear of flying. You enter the 40ft shipping container following a short briefing and the inside has been transformed into a plane … Read More