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Joyce McMillan

Joyce McMillan

Theatre review: The Legend of Woesterdam

THE LEGEND OF WOESTERDAM CAMMO ESTATE, EDINBURGH ****

Theatre review: Everything Between Us

EVERYTHING BETWEEN US TRON THEATRE, GLASGOW ****

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Joyce McMillan: Scots need more than nationalism

Alex Salmond must work hard to make his majority government looks beyond its core priority

Analysis: NTS and Traverse ride the floodtide of powerful work

IF THERE is an ebb and flow of energy in Scottish theatre, then there's no doubt about which companies are riding high this year, on a floodtide of powerful work.

Theatre reviews: The Dark | Miss Ophelia | The Girl Who Forgot To Sing Badly | Mr Benn | Oops A Daisy

With a strong showing from Scottish companies, this year's Imaginate has something for children of all ages, from dark musings on mortality to dancing daisies

Theatre review: Thank God for John Muir

THANK GOD FOR JOHN MUIR ORAN MOR, GLASGOW **

Theatre: Lady Macbeth facing occupational hazards

Picking up where Shakespeare left off, David Greig's take on the Scottish Play is a period costume Black Watch, where well-meaning victors face a political quagmire

Joyce McMillan: Salmond seems at his suitable best

Scaremongering about the SNP's 'danger' proves its rivals are not in tune with public opinion

Theatre review: From Paisley to Paolo

FROM PAISLEY TO PAOLO ORAN MOR, GLASGOW ****

Theatre review: Dancing at Lughnasa

DANCING AT LUGHNASA CITIZENS' THEATRE, GLASGOW ***

Theatre reviews: Pandas | The End of Hope, The End of Desire

Rona Munro's much-anticipated Edinburgh-set play is a polished yet passionate romantic comedy that weaves together relationships spanning continents

Theatre review: Clockwork

CLOCKWORK TRON, GLASGOW ****

Theatre reviews: Educating Agnes | Six Black Candles | The Dacha

Thanks to Liz Lochhead's intelligent adaptation, Molière's classic play School For Wives speaks as eloquently about sexual politics now as it did when it was written over 300 years ago

Theatre review: Falling/flying, Glasgow

FALLING/FLYING TRON, GLASGOW ***

Theatre review: Pause With A Smile | Money - The Game Show

PAUSE WITH A SMILE / MONEY - THE GAME SHOW THE ARCHES, GLASGOW ****

Joyce McMillan: No need to be so personal in politics

Iain Gray doesn't fit the role of inspiring leader and needs to focus on substance not style

Theatre reviews: The Hard Man | What Love Is | The Firebird

Thirty-four years on, the autobiographical play co-written by Jimmy Boyle still has plenty to say, and does so with great power, about the allure of violence and how society helps to perpetuate it

Theatre review: Mother, A La Carte

MOTHER, A LA CARTE THE WORD OF MOUTH CAFE, EDINBURGH ***

Theatre review: Around the World in 80 Days

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS PLATFORM, EASTERHOUSE ***

Theatre review: Chekhov Shorts

CHEKHOV SHORTS BRUNTON THEATRE, MUSSELBURGH ***

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