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Review: Dracula at the Shaw Festival

So…Dracula. I don’t know much about theatrical adaptations of the work. Everything I know about it either comes from the original Bram Stoker book or from the countless film adaptations, which—let’s be honest—don’t exactly have an amazing track record of book faithfulness. 711 more words

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Fugitive Colours

Fugitive Colours by Liz Lochhead
Published by Polygon
Hardback
Published 26 May 2016
112 pages
Owned

Connect with the author

Buy the book: UK (affiliate’s link) 380 more words

Book Lover's Boudoir

"The light always comes back..."

My morning walks have become longer again, and are beginning to require a certain military precision in their organisation. Keys — tick. Woolly layers — tick. 335 more words

Photography

To be in the presence of absence

This is a film about Straid, near Comrie. It’s clearance and the farms nearby.

Words are my own except for Liz Lochhead, who I cannot match. 8 more words

Two Cultures

Review: Glory on Earth – Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh

First published in The Times, Thursday May 25 2017

Three Stars

John Knox (Jamie Sives) stands at the front of the stage, watching the audience file into the auditorium. 425 more words

Theatre Reviews

Clydebuilt & Hardie

Kerry Hardie, the Clydebuilt 9 mentees, and their mentor Liz Lochhead will all be reading at the last Mirrorball of the season on Thursday May 25th at 7pm in the Clubroom of the… 472 more words