The Scotsman has come out with a fantastic review for Young Pretender!
"Nabokov's appearance in Edinburgh last year produced Fringe First winner Bunny, and audience numbers suggest expectation levels have risen sharply this time out. Fortunately, this is a show, co-produced with Hull Truck Theatre, which meets them with stylish effort and clarity of purpose.”
“It’s not a Scottish history lesson, more a three-act, three-handed chamber study of the cycle of teenage rebellion”
“Paul Woodson is gifted what must surely be one of the roles of this year's festival as Charlie.”
Read the full review here
And a great mention in The Independent in Alice Jones’ round up of the Festival’s biggest hits:
“In the theatre, the most exciting writing has come from young talents like E V Crowe, whose Young Pretender gets inside the surprisingly modern head of Bonnie Prince Charlie, in order to probe the manipulative charm of leaders”
Read the full article here
So with just over a week left at the festival get yourselves along to the show!
Underbelly (Belly Button), Cowgate.
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