Interview with Caitlin McEwan

Caitlin McEwan's play Bible John centres around a Glasgow-based serial killer in the 1960s and has recently enjoyed a run in Edinburgh and London. I caught up with Caitlin to find out more.  Can you tell me more about the production? Bible John explores the morbid fascination that many people, and predominantly women, have with... Continue Reading →

Review: Sydney & The Old Girl, Park Theatre

Miriam Margolyes is no stranger to the Park Theatre. The actress, who has an impressive cv of roles under her belt including Professor Sprout in Harry Potter, starred in the 2017 production of Madame Rubinstein and now returns in Eugene O’Hare’s Sydney & the Old Girl. Written by Eugene O’Hare, whose debut full-length play The... Continue Reading →

Review: The Match Box, Omnibus Theatre

“There’s something quite pleasant about the smell of sulphur.” At least that’s according to Sal. Born to Irish Catholic parents, Sal unexpectedly falls pregnant and gives birth to her daughter, Mary. But when Mary is 12, Sal’s world is turned upside down and she retreats to a remote part of Ireland with only the sheep... Continue Reading →

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