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Katie Beckett’s Which Way Home – a podcast

Katie Beckett's Which Way Home pays tribute to her Aboriginal father and tells of her upbringing without a mother. She speaks with Nance Haxton about her first work:

Jessica Butcher’s production Sparks in the brain

Jessica Butcher's new show Sparks tackles how the brain processes the full range of emotions - a tender marraige of speech and song. Jonathan Penney reviews:

Tits ‘n’ Teeth – an editorial response

As a reviewing publication at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018, Miro Magazine published a review of one of the shows in the programme, Tits ‘n’ Teeth.The review was live for ...

Songlines – TRILLS’ score in conflict with story

HighTide and DugOut Theatre present Songlines, a coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of a folk-inspired score. Jonathan Penney reviews:

Tits ‘n’ Teeth – a measurement of self-worth

Please note: This review has been condemned by Miro Magazine's Editor and has an important editorial response attached to the piece. This review remains on Miro's site as an exampl...

Edinburgh 2018 Spotlight – The Half

The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is right around the corner. Theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with writer Danielle Ward, bringing The Half to Pl...

Pitch Your Play 2018: Winners from Across the UK Announced

Masterclass announce the winning scripts from their playwriting scheme ‘Pitch Your Play’ and showcase the work of playwrights in West End showcase.

Edinburgh 2018 Spotlight – UniverSoul Circus

The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is right around the corner. Theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with the team bringing UniverSoul Circus to the Un...

Edinburgh 2018 Spotlight – Free & Proud

The world's biggest arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2018, is right around the corner. Theatre editor Daniel Perks catches up with writer Charles Gershman, bringing Free & Prou...