theatre review: glasgow girls, king’s theatre, glasgow;

The most surprising thing about Glasgow Girls isn’t the way in which it juxtaposes the horrors of dawn raids and child detention in the UK…

theatre review: the bodyguard, theatre royal, glasgow;

The Bodyguard – as in, the 1992 Whitney Houston/Kevin Costner film – is one of those pop culture phenomena so ingrained in the public consciousness that…

theatre review: shrek the musical, king’s theatre, glasgow;

If you’d asked me before this week, I’d probably have struggled to think of something less necessary than a musical adaptation of a 2001 Dreamworks…

theatre review: the band, king’s theatre, glasgow;

If you know me, you’ll know that there are two types of story that push all my buttons: tales of female friendship; and stories that…

theatre review: evita, king’s theatre, glasgow;

Pretty sure Lola has been my favourite writer since we were 17, so I’m bloody thrilled to host her first guest post here on LYG.…

theatre review: mamma mia!; theatre royal, glasgow;

…or, Lis and Charlotte’s Christmas night out. I am, as a general rule, indifferent to both weddings and the music of Swedish pop behemoths ABBA.…

theatre review: daphne oram’s wonderful world of sound, tron theatre;

As a stylised biopic of Daphne Oram, the co-founder and first director of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Daphne Oram’s Wonderful World of Sound does not…