Ghost the Musical held the same comedic tone as the film – last night at Glasgow’s King’s Theatre

“Molly – you in danger girl” was the line I was waiting to hear in Ghost…

The Woman in Black is darkening Glasgow’s King’s’ alcoves this week as part of a UK tour to celebrate its 27th year of terrorising theatre-goers.

The Woman in Black – review by Hannah Gunn Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of the 1983 novel…

The Commitments – a seriously soulful night at Glasgow’s Theatre Royal

The Commitments review by Susie Daniels It was a night of two halves. The amazing, show-stopping,…

The Snow Queen…. the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland put some sparkle into the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale

The Snow Queen by Susie Daniels It’s a tale of magic, it’s a tale of wonder.…

The Marriage of Figaro – first time opera visit for our student journalist

The Marriage of Figaro by Sarra Gray Last night, I made my way to the Theatre…

Sister Act

Sister Act by Susie Daniels ‘I got celibate nuns shaking their buns’ says it all about…

The Cheviot, The Stag, and the Black, Black Oil

The Cheviot, The Stag, and the Black, Black Oil by Alice Cruickshank I have an issue…

Gangsta Granny

Gangsta Granny by Daniel Stephens David Walliams has been described on many occasions as the modern…

American Idiot

American Idiot review by Daniel Calvin TWELVE years after Billy-Joe Armstrong first belted out the immortal…

Thon Man Moliere

Thon Man Moliere by Alice Cruickshank There’s something wonderful about the Scots language. No other nation…

The Iliad

The Iliad: review by Alice Cruickshank One of Ancient Greece’s most famous fables has been given…

Priscilla Queen of the Desert

Priscilla Queen of the Desert : review by Gemma Clark Three ripped men in inch thick…

The Crucible

Arthur Miller’s The Crucible by Alice Cruickshank Lust, revenge, panic and fear mongering. Politics and hearsay,…

Annie last night at the King’s

Annie is a feel great show with an accomplished cast, some superb show songs and an…