Catherine Wheels

REVIEW – Kes, Catherine Wheels Theatre Company – Brunton Theatre


An adaptation by Rob Evans of Barry Hines’ novel A Kestrel For A Knave, Gill Robertson’s new production of Kes is a masterful depiction of the power of the human spirit to fly: and of the ability for theatre to captivate and enthrall, whether it is pitched at adults or at children. Billy (James Anthony […]

REVIEW – Pobby & Dingan at The Traverse Theatre


The power of imagination, childhood innocence and the closeness of family relationships are all themes explored by Pobby & Dingan, a play by the Catherine Wheels children’s theatre company. After a short run at their base of operations at The Brunton Theatre last week, the opening night of Rob Evans’ adaptation of Ben Rice’s story […]