13 May 2010 The Scotsman

A Most Civil Arrangement/Jordan

By Colin Hough, and Moira Buffini and Anna Reynolds. A Tron Theatre review.

AFTER blasting off last week with incendiary visions of Iraq and Palestine, the Tron's new politically minded season, Mayfesto, looks closer to home. The two one-woman shows at the Changing Room consider same-sex marriage and domestic violence a nd, if neither quite upturns our preconceptions, both do a valuable job at giving a voice to the alienated.

15 September 08 The Guardian


THERE are three good reasons why Fleeto should not work. One, it is written in blank verse and inspired by the Iliad, surely a recipe for deadly modern theatre. Two, it is on the topic of knife crime, a subject of interest chiefly to tabloid editors. And three, after its initial success as part of last year's A Play, a Pie and a Pint season, it has been revived for a UK tour with the backing of the Scottish Prison Service's violence reduction week, which gives the impression of an instructional piece of agitprop.

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