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“For producer David MacLennan and his team it’s been a stunning achievement”

Another Four Stars for Angels ****

Thursday, September 15, 2011

The Scotsman's Joyce McMillan calls Angels 'a show to shout about', commenting that Iain Robertson gives 'the performance of a lifetime'.  Click here to read the full review. Angels:

A suspicious death at the work place, and down at heel, loner, security guard Nick Prentice, gets hauled in Kafka style, for the interrogation beef. Prentice knows he's guilty of something and so does his brief...but what exactly'? "It’s no like anybody has hit me yet, but you would value greatly the interval between blows, wouldn't you.

Featuring Iain Robertson.

Only two more chances to catch this show. Runs at Oran Mor until Saturday.

Image @ Leslie Black

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  1. Yvonne McHardy said;

    15 September 2011, 7:20 pm

    I was very impressed with Ian Robertson’s perfomance in Angels. His portrayal of the lonley, confused and downright terrified security guard Nick Prentice was amazing. i was drawn into the interview room and went through every emotion with him as he tried to come to terms with was happening. I hung on his every word, felt every drip of his sweat,his panic gripped me and i stayed with him in that small grubby room until the light finally went out.

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