“Sewing stories.” Review of My Name is Saoirse at , by for Exeunt.
"The play is on at the Scottish Storytellers Centre, which feels fitting: watching O’Connor knit her story together via the metaphor of patchwork quilts – “making a quilt is like life, you get some good patches and some bad patches, but it comes out okay in the end” – it makes you think about how strange it is that we have separate words for playwright and storyteller when, at their best, they both achieve the same ends."
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"This is an excellent show full of energy, emotion, fun, and outstanding music; you’ll come away singing and you’ll also come away inspired by the spirit that has carried the townships through to the freedom that Nelson Mandela strove for."
★★★★★ There is nothing visibly unusual about teenager Evan, who kicks off his opening monologue with the line, “My problem is this. Ignorance. Complete blind ignorance.” Yet immediately, Euan Brockie’s pained delivery tells us this is not just another surly teenager. His portrayal of inner conflict
Last performances today and tomorrow at 14:00 at St John's for Warrior, don't miss it out!
"Warrior doesn’t give answers, but sends an audience away with the knowledge that one simple act, or word, or phrase can cause devastation."
One of the greatest humanitarian crises of the 21st century thus far is unfolding before our eyes and perhaps we are inadvertently passing by on the other side of the road and averting our gaze.
"Kevin McKenna is participating in A conversation: Syrian without Syria at the Just Festival on Monday. Other speakers include Gary Christie from the Scottish Refugee Council, Dr Thomas Pierret from the University of Edinburgh and Ashley Proud, Mercy Corps"
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Simply Soweto Encha, (formerly Africa Entsha) is touring internationally to perform its take on gospel, soul, jazz, doo-wop and R ‘n’ B music and dance. On Friday the group opens a month’s residency at St John’s Church in Edinburgh as part of the just Festival
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The event formerly known as the Festival of Spirituality and Peace
"The event formerly known as the Festival of Spirituality and Peace goes from strength to strength and with talks, exhibitions, music and workshops around various venues, Just will be equally as prominent and hectic as any of the other festivals around town"
"Its worth going to see. The acting is of a high quality, MacLeod who is played by Mark Kydd comes over as a believable and intriguing character. I loved the fact that the audience was so close to the performance that you felt you were at time intruding upon a real situation. Every member of the cast gave to my mind an outstanding performance."
Last two performances for An Island Between Heaven and Earth today and tomorrow, don't miss it out!
A Calendar of Scottish Food & Drink events. If you would like to submit an event, please email me: email@example.com
Check out the Just Festival's food events! Fri 1st Aug 10:00am to Mon 25th Aug 10:00pmKnights Kitchen - African Food at St Johns Church Mon 4th Aug 6:00pm to Tue 5th Aug 8:00pmPunjabi Cookery Class / Workshop
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