wed 19/06/2024

David Kettle

Articles By David Kettle

Ragnarok, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh review - moving miniature apocalypse

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Many Good Men, Tynecastle Stadium, Edinburgh review - daring but flawed provocation

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Jekyll and Hyde, Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh review - audacious contemporary resonances

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Same Team, Traverse Theatre Edinburgh review - shamelessly unseasonal Christmas cheer

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FLIP!, Summerhall Edinburgh review - sassy, satirical parable

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Dracula: Mina's Reckoning, Festival Theatre Edinburgh review - audacious and entirely convincing

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Group Portrait in a Summer Landscape, Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh review - a maze of ideas

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: CHOO CHOO! / Blood of the Lamb

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: Distant Memories of the Near Future / Soldiers of Tomorrow

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: Dark Noon / Concerned Others

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: The Insider / Sensuous Governing

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Dimanche, Edinburgh International Festival 2023 review - troubling and bewildering

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: Maureen / Common Dissonance

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: PLEASE LEAVE (a message) / Shadow Kingdom

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: Without Sin / An Alternative Helpline for the End of the World / Two Strangers Walk into a Bar...

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: The Grand Old Opera House Hotel / YOU ARE GOING TO DIE

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