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David Kettle

Articles By David Kettle

Lammermuir Festival 2017 review - rich and deeply rewarding

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What Shadows, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh review - compelling, urgent, unashamedly provocative

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 review: Concerto for Comedian and Orchestra - gentle, old-fashioned humour

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Moon Dogs review - gritty, refreshing and very funny

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Edinburgh Festival 2017 review: Iestyn Davies, AAM - exquisite and enlightening

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Edinburgh Festival 2017 review: Verdi's Macbeth - exhilarating and overwhelming

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Edinburgh Festival 2017 reviews: Meet Me at Dawn / The Shape of the Pain / Wild Bore

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Edinburgh Festival 2017 review: Andreas Haefliger

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 reviews: Pike St / Box Clever / Sugar Baby

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Edinburgh Festival 2017 review: The Divide

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Edinburgh Fringe 2017 reviews: Adam / Eve / Nassim

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Edinburgh Festival 2017 reviews: Rhinoceros / Flight

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City of Ghosts review - chilling but inspiring report on Syria's citizen journalists

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David Lynch: The Art Life review - authentic and revealing

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theartsdesk at Tectonics Glasgow 2017

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Charlie Sonata, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh review – 'too much of everything'

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