Grid Iron

REVIEW – Barflies, Grid Iron Theatre


Something’s slightly askew in the Barony this evening. Instead of daily menus, the blackboards are chalked with quotations by Charles Bukowski; instead of the usual fare behind the bar, the drinks on offer tonight include Screw Lager and Man In A Boat beer. Appropriately, it’s like viewing the traditional bar through a drunken, reality-altering haze. […]

FRINGE REVIEW – What Remains


A journey into the darkened depths of murderous insanity – and the beautifully grand interior of the University of Edinburgh’s Anatomy Department – Grid Iron’s What Remains is a unique and unsettling site-specific work which, despite having little in the way of emotional impact, has enough innovation and power to make a lasting impression. The […]