Tag Archives: David Greig

Midsummer

The Hub, Edinburgh International Festival 2018 ***
Review of performance seen Aug 22, 2018:

© Peter Dibdin, L to R Benny Young, Eileen Nicholas, Sarah Higgins, Henry Pettingrew

© Peter Dibdin, L to R Benny Young, Eileen Nicholas, Sarah Higgins, Henry Pettingrew

I love the work of David Greig. I’ve seen a few by now, all shapes and sizes from the historic – Dunsinane, his reworking of Macbeth - to Damascus, his moving account of western confusion in and about the Middle East. Continue reading

The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart

Review by Carole Woddis of performance seen Aug 5, 2013
At  the CLF Art Café, The Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, London SE15

You don’t have to go all the way to Edinburgh to get the full flavour of a heady Celtic night. Continue reading

Drones, Baby, Drones

Arcola Theatre, London (****)

© Simon Annand, Anne Adams as CIA executive Maxine in This Tuesday

© Simon Annand, Anne Adams as CIA executive Maxine in This Tuesday

You can’t keep a good man down. Nick Kent may no longer be presiding over the nation’s conscience as he did from his Tricycle Kilburn haunt but here he is popping up on the other side of town, in Hackney with this important double-bill serving a warning on the latest twist in modern warfare, the drone: Ron Hutchinson and Christina Lamb’s This Tuesday, and David Greig’s The Kid. Continue reading

The Great Game

Tricycle Theatre, London

What more is there left to say about Nick Kent and the Tricycle Theatre? Having blazed a trail over the past decade with his tribunal stagings and support for black British, American and South African theatre, Nick Kent has now devised a mammoth festival around the subject of Afghanistan that is simply gobsmacking in its scope and reach. Continue reading