That aside, this production of The Weir will make you want to pour a Guinness, get close to the fire, and listen to these people tell their stories.
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It’s a risk to stage a production of a much loved film, and, overall, the Wolsey manages to pull it off, although the production doesn’t quite reach the comedic highs it could have.
Stephen MacDonald’s beautifully structured play Not About Heroes, is given a fine production by Flying Bridge Theatre at this Fringe.
Although a personal piece, the play is about the shared experience of grief, and is a warm elegy to loss and love. You will not only feel that you know Jane’s Nana, but leave with your loved ones with you.
Elixir is certainly something different, a hugely enjoyable acrobatic show with a decent enough story line to fill an exhilarating hour.
It’s a show with heart and soul, and a serious celebration of being who you are. We won’t be hearing the last of this queen of a musical.
There is some fun audience participation, and although the cougar could have been more strongly unleashed in places, this is a soothing gem of an hour, very well performed.
It is also refreshing to see a play in which the sexuality of a same sex couple is irrelevant, love and loss are the central themes