57% water, and well, some other stuff: Andrew Edwards reviews a performance considering what makes up a human.
The weight of somebody’s feet on your knees: Andrew Edwards reviews “a hugely accessible work about access” at the Unlimited festival in Glasgow.
Energising and skin-crawling: Christine Irvine reviews a stage production of Trainspotting that doesn’t bow to the pressure of Danny Boyle’s film.
A hypermodern microcosm: Andrew Edwards reviews Rob Heaslip Dance in Glasgow (with diagrams).
“Never a moment to exhale, nor to inhale”: Andrew Edwards reviews Jack Webb’s work about movement and modernity at Tramway.
“As empty as George W Bush’s glassy stare”: Christine Irvine reviews the musical adaptation of Green Day’s early-noughties album.
“Merciless modern sensibility”: Christine Irvine reviews Zinnie Harris’ reworking of The Oresteia.
“A ferocious physical and psychological battle”: Christine Irvine reviews Frances Poet’s adaptation of August Strindberg.
Christine Irvine completes a marathon session of Rona Munro’s regal Scottish trilogy.
“Caught in a knot of police protection, even the characters’ identities are fluid.” Christine Irvine reviews David Harrower’s work.
Chekhov, up close.
A challenge and a warning.
A festival of performance and ecology in Glasgow.
Murder, she wrote.