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Friday, January 8, 2021

Some much-needed Positive Stories for Negative Times by Mirren Wilson

In our latest interview, Mirren Wilson speaks to Robbie Gordon, Jack Nurse and theatremaker Chris Thorpe about Positive Stories for Negative Times — a national project which seeks to open …

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Friday, November 13, 2020

Review: That Bitch Lied, SHOUT Festival by Mirren Wilson

Review: That Bitch Lied, SHOUT Festival 4.0Overall Score Reader Rating 0 Votes Coming out is a notoriously daunting moment for many people in life, a moment that often takes great courage. B…

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Monday, November 9, 2020

Review: Meeting Tatha, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: Meeting Tatha, Pitlochry Festival Theatre3.0Overall ScoreFreedom. How many of us truly realised its value until lockdown? And now we find ourselves in a position again where our free…

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Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Review: Cold Water, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: Cold Water, Pitlochry Festival Theatre3.0Overall ScoreWe all know that feeling. Frustration. The crippling and necessary desire to run away and escape our day to day lives, to feel a…

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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Review: Strange Rocks, Mull Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: Strange Rocks, Mull Theatre4.0Overall Score“How to begin?” This is the question I ask myself every time I go to write a review. No doubt, every writer faces this question each ti…

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Friday, October 23, 2020

Review: Undocumented, Mull Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: Undocumented, Mull Theatre3.0Overall ScoreReader Rating 0 VotesUndocumented, presented by Mull Theatre, starts in a strong position and hits the ground running, with some fast-paced …

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Monday, October 5, 2020

Review: 22 Mays, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: 22 Mays, Pitlochry Festival Theatre3.0Overall ScoreSome people stay with you forever, don’t they? Those great loves of your life, those great powers. A part of you will always be w…

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Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Review: Tatha Wakes Up From A Very Long Sleep, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: Tatha Wakes Up From A Very Long Sleep, Pitlochry Festival Theatre2.0Overall ScoreWhilst some London theatres finally begin to open their doors to a lucky and eager few audience membe…

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Monday, September 14, 2020

The Birch Tree Speaks, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Mirren Wilson

The Birch Tree Speaks, Pitlochry Festival Theatre4.0Overall ScoreDo you ever feel like nature is speaking to you? Directly to you. It’s sending you a message in the wind, something mystica…

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Friday, September 4, 2020

Review: Those Girls, Jam Productions by Mirren Wilson

Review: Those Girls, Jam Productions3.0StarsAfter previous Edinburgh Fringe Festival success with ‘Secrets of Us’ and ‘Extremism,’ JAM Productions had hoped to return to Edinburgh in…

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Thursday, August 20, 2020

Review: Sary, Sam Chittenden, Reading Fringe Digital by Mirren Wilson

Review: Sary, Sam Chittenden, Reading Fringe Digital4.0StarsThe Legend of Old Sary Weaver tells the tale of a shapeshifting woman who transforms into a hare. Using this old Sussex folk-tale…

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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Review: After Miss Georgina Ballantine, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: After Miss Georgina Ballantine, Pitlochry Festival Theatre 4.0Stars Have you ever heard of Miss Georgina Ballantine? Let me tell you. On the 7 October 1922, Georgina Ballantine made …

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Review: This Is Not Schiehallion, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: This Is Not Schiehallion, Pitlochry Festival Theatre3.0StarsSchiehallion in Perthshire stands at 3,547ft and features a mystical view of Loch Tummel. Nothing beats climbing a munro…

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Saturday, August 8, 2020

Review: Natalie Barney’s Last Salon, Reading Fringe Digital by Mirren Wilson

Review: Natalie Barney's Last Salon, Reading Fringe Digital 4.0stars Now who doesn’t love a deep chat about a ruddy good book? Have you got a book swap on the go with your friends or are y…

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Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Review: Myles Away, Chronic Insanity by Mirren Wilson

Review: Myles Away, Chronic Insanity4.0StarsIn September 2019, Nottingham-based theatre company Chronic Insanity set themselves a goal to produce and share 12 shows within 12 months. As a co…

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Sunday, July 12, 2020

Review: Scenes for Survival – The One with the Lockdown, National Theatre of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes for Survival - The One with the Lockdown, National Theatre of Scotland3.0starsIt’s safe to say that lockdown has been a pretty intense situation – weeks on end, indoors, w…

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Monday, July 6, 2020

Review: Scenes for Survival – Birdie’s Dilemma, National Theatre of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes for Survival - Birdie's Dilemma, National Theatre of Scotland3.0starsWith 3 broadcasts a week, the National Theatre of Scotland are producing new works at a rapid and impressi…

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Friday, July 3, 2020

Review: Scenes For Survival – Strolling Through The Meadows, National Theatre of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes For Survival - Strolling Through The Meadows, National Theatre of Scotland4.0StarsTrainspotting is undoubtedly a modern classic within Scottish literature. Part of Edinburgh…

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Review: Scenes For Survival – Larchview, National Theatre of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes For Survival - Larchview, National Theatre of Scotland4.0StarsReader Rating 0 VotesNow who in this country could ever forget the scandalous misdemeanours of Dominic Cummings a…

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Friday, June 26, 2020

Review: Scenes For Survival – Dreaming of Edinburgh, National Theatre of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes For Survival - Dreaming of Edinburgh, National Theatre of Scotland3.0Stars“Edinburgh is the most erotic city in the world.” There’s a conversation starter for you. A you…

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Thursday, June 25, 2020

Review: Noah And The Peacock, Nottingham Playhouse by Mirren Wilson

Review: Noah And The Peacock, Nottingham Playhouse 4.0Stars Reader Rating 0 Votes A big question that has tortured parents for the past 3 months is “How on earth are we going to entertain …

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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Review: Scenes for Survival – Wednesday, National Theatre Of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes for Survival - Wednesday, National Theatre Of Scotland 3.0Stars An actor and a writer stuck together in lockdown. At first glance, this may seem like the perfect opportunity t…

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Thursday, June 18, 2020

Review: Scenes for Survival- Joseph Knight, National Theatre Of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes for Survival- Joseph Knight, National Theatre Of Scotland5.0StarsA few years ago multi-talented and award-winning playwright May Sumbwanyambe was commissioned to write a play.…

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Sunday, June 14, 2020

Review: Scenes for Survival – Bees, National Theatre of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes for Survival - Bees, National Theatre of Scotland4.0starsThese past few months have undoubtedly been a time for thinking. Reflecting on the past, those moments we’re gratefu…

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Thursday, June 11, 2020

Review: Scenes for Survival – The Domestic, National Theatre Of Scotland by Mirren Wilson

Review: Scenes for Survival - The Domestic, National Theatre Of Scotland5.0StarsScenes for Survival is a project from The National Theatre of Scotland showcasing a series of new digital work…

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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

The Seven Stages of Grief by Mirren Wilson

Whether we’ve really had time to think about it or not, most of us theatremakers are feeling pretty crappy right now. Mirren Wilson certainly is and in an effort to make sense of her feeli…

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Friday, May 15, 2020

Review: A Spectacular Conference, presented by Be Festival by Mirren Wilson

Review: A Spectacular Conference, presented by Be Festival4.0StarsBe Festival blossomed in 2010 with the desire to bring celebrated work from all over Europe to Birmingham. Embracing any per…

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Sunday, May 10, 2020

Review: Provok’d: A Restoration, Guildhall School of Music and Drama by Mirren Wilson

Review: Provok'd: A Restoration, Guildhall School of Music and Drama 4.0Stars It’s a tricky time to be a final year drama school student. With showcases cancelled, final shows indefinitely…

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Thursday, May 7, 2020

Review: Elision, Gudrun Soley Sigurdardottir @ GIFT Festival by Mirren Wilson

Review: Elision, Gudrun Soley Sigurdardottir @ GIFT Festival3.0StarsHands up if you’ve become an absolute pro and self-confessed advocate of Zoom calls. Well, now you can take your Zoom ob…

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Thursday, April 30, 2020

Review: The Good Book, Slung Low and Leeds People’s Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: The Good Book, Slung Low and Leeds People’s Theatre 4.0Stars One of the plus sides to lockdown has been the generosity of many companies and artists across the country, who have sh…

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