REVIEW: Glasgow Girls, Assembly Hall, Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭✭

Glasgow Girls

While the musical inevitably simplifies complex issues, it seamlessly integrates some of the debate about Britain’s attitudes towards refugees and asylum seekers. With these issues as relevant today as they were when the show premiered in 2012, Glasgow Girls is a powerful, compelling plea for seeing refugees as people rather than just faceless statistics.

REVIEW: Love Birds, Pleasance Courtyard ✭✭✭✭

Lovebirds at Pleasance Courtyard

Love Birds is a real hoot but, at 60 minutes, it is clearly a work in progress, squeezing in well over a dozen different songs while giving us just the skeleton of the plot and characters. After its premiere at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, it will be interesting to see how Robbie Sherman and his team develop the show and spread its wings.

REVIEW: Hendrick’s Emporium of Sensorial Submersion, Edinburgh ✭✭✭

Hendrick's Emporium Of Sensorial Submersion

Hendrick’s Gin is a familiar name on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, but this year it returned with a theatrical experience called the Emporium of Sensorial Submersion, staged across three floors of a Georgian Grade A-listed townhouse in George Street. Part of the Fringe programme with a cast of actors, it is a sensory experience that is illuminating, entertaining and often bewildering.

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