wed 26/09/2018

David Kettle

Articles By David Kettle

Lammermuir Festival 2018 review - a bigger buzz

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The Prisoner, National Theatre review - Peter Brook's latest falls sadly flat

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 reviews: Home / The Prisoner

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 review: Benedetti, Baltimore SO, Alsop - puzzlingly tame

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 review: Aimard, SCO, Pintscher - psychedelic visions

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 reviews: La maladie de la mort / The End of Eddy

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 reviews: Orpheus / Bottom / Backup

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 reviews: Nigel Slater's Toast / Status

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 reviews: Daughter / Huff / First Snow/Première Neige

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 review: Zimerman, LSO, Rattle - fizzing chemistry

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 reviews: Underground Railroad Game / On the Exhale

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 reviews: Coriolanus Vanishes / Check Up: Our NHS at 70 / A Sockful of Custard

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Edinburgh Festival 2018 reviews: Ulster American / Cold Blood

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Postcards from the 48% review - wistful memorial to forgotten values

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theartsdesk in Orkney: St Magnus Festival 2018 - choral music to the fore

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

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