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Diana Salazar

Articles By Diana Salazar

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Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: The Last Return / Psychodrama...

The Last Return, Traverse Theatre ...

theartsdesk at the Bayreuth Festival Ring 2022 - a jumbled m...

It is mid-way through the new Ring cycle, and we are taking lunch outside the old town hall on the high street in Bayreuth. Discussion at...

Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Kathy and Stella Solve a Murd...

Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder!, Summerhall ...

Prom 27, Dinnerstein, National Youth Orchestra, Gourlay revi...

Danny Elfman – the punk rocker-turned-film composer behind Batman, Spider-Man, Edward Scissorhands and The Simpsons...

Burn, Edinburgh International Festival 2022 review - bold, r...

In retrospect, all the clues were there. A star actor embarking on a new performance genre; a fresh reappraisal of one of...

Utopia, Limited, National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Compa...

Joseph Heller grew tired of being told that he’d never written anything as good as Catch 22. ‘Who has?’, he'd retort. In the same...

Album: Boris - Heavy Rocks

Boris are an eclectic Japanese band, with over 20 albums to their name. Following their creative instincts and often recording live with no...

Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Boy / Intruder|Intruz

Boy, Summerhall

Nature or nurture?...

Edinburgh Fringe 2022 reviews: Les Dawson: Flying High / Bor...

 

Les Dawson: Flying High, Assembly George Square ★★★

Any...

Music Reissues Weekly: The Movers - Vol. 1 1970-1976

After a burst of gun-shot drumming, “Hot Coffee” instantly hits its groove. Simple but insistent guitar, a rubbery bass line and electric organ...