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David Kettle

Articles By David Kettle

Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: Adults / Bacon

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: Casting the Runes / The Return / Woodhill

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Trojan Women / Thrown, Edinburgh International Festival 2023 reviews - passionate all-women productions

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Edinburgh International Festival 2023 reviews: FOOD / Dusk

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: Heaven / Lie Low / After the Act

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: Stuntman / Beautiful Evil Things / What You See When Your Eyes Are Closed...

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Edinburgh Fringe 2023 reviews: The Death and Life of All of Us / Anything That We Wanted To Be / Chicken

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Dear Billy, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh review - powerful tribute to Scottish pride

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Anna Karenina, Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh review - nimble, sweary staging of Tolstoy's iconic novel

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Macbeth (an undoing), Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh - audacious update of the Scottish play

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James IV: Queen of the Fight, Festival Theatre, Edinburgh review - revelatory historical drama

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The End of Eddy, Edinburgh International Festival 2022 review - powerful but lacking compassion

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Edinburgh Fringe 2022 review: The Stones

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Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Ode to Joy / Wilf

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Room, Edinburgh International Festival 2022 review - decadent, extravagant, and somewhat mystifying

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Counting and Cracking, Edinburgh International Festival 2022 review - ambitious, powerful, but sadly under-attended

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