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Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Legacy: A Mother’s Song

“an important show which deserves to be developed further”

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Legacy: A Mother’s Song

“a musical of considerable depth and power … a beautiful and deeply personal work of theatre that is thoroughly rewarding for those looking for that rarely successful thing: the purely dramatic musical.”

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Legacy: The Book of Names

“an engaging work of great ambition and potential, presented by a powerhouse cast”

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Legacy: The Book of Names

“Legacy: The Book Of Names has no weak elements. A simple but staggering surprise of considerable beauty and talent, the only fault of this production is that it is not two-hours longer and in a room three times the size.”

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

“Everything from the set decoration, to the music, to the quality of the acting is excellent – on a par with anything you would pay £50 to see on the London stage.”

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

“Not only does RCS throw a lot of resources at its big musicals, in terms of staging and professional behind-the-scenes staff, but the on-stage action (and backstage musicianship) is all top-notch … it’s a blast … ”

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe – Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

“an ambitious undertaking with exceedingly high production standards”

“The excellent ensemble sing and dance with aplomb … This production, running at two and a half hours, is an absolute joy.”

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Fridays at One: Jonathan Fournel

“a major emerging talent, there’s no doubt”

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

“All senses of humour will be tickled at least once in this powerful production”

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As You Like It

“The ensemble cast was without a weak link”

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Opera Project

“fine performances throughout and musically sure-footed over tricky terrain”

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West Side Story

“memorably moving and impressive ”

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RCS Concerto Soloists with the RSNO

“a brilliant, stimulating, entertaining and informative evening ”

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Sir John in Love

“a particularly special and enjoyable production”

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Sir John in Love

“a delight to listen to”

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13

“the young cast grab hold of its ideas with subtlety and nuance”

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Willy’s Bitches – Edinburgh Festival

“a brilliant selection of musical numbers from Shakespeare’s back catalogue that leaves you pinning for entire productions of each… The cast are superb, gutsy and passionate, and they revel in the depth of their characters… Well worth a watch.”

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Willy’s Bitches – Edinburgh Festival

“Song after song sandwiched with some of the most memorable of the Bard’s lines, slick musical direction by Tamara Saringer and fine male accompaniment from the band (a pleasing reversal of the gender norms on stage) enhanced the promised “bad-arsery.”

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Under The Ground – Edinburgh Fringe

“A beautiful portrayal of human experience.”

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Under The Ground – Edinburgh Fringe

“this charming new show by Katie Barnett and Megan Hughes is God’s gift to people-watchers.”

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