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Critics’ Circle

Fancy yourself as a critic?

You could win a bottle of Malt Whisky!

critics circle

Join our Critic’s Circle and write a review of this week’s play.  At the end of each week David will pick his favourite review and the winner will receive a bottle of malt whisky.

And we’re not simply asking you to stroke our egos -  the best review means best written and not most flattering! All that we ask is that you keep your review within 100 words maximum.

To Enter:

  • Use the Comment box below to post your review of this week’s play*

*If you want to comment on a previous or future play please go to that play’s section on this website and leave your comment there. It is only reviews of  this week’s play that are elgible for the Critic’s Circle prize.

  • The cut-off time for entries is 10pm Sunday each week

  • The winner will be notified by email on the following week

  • The prize will be available for collection from the Whisky Bar at Oran Mor

  • The winning review will be featured in the News section of our website

    This month is sponsored by:

The Glenrothes Select Reserve


Latest reviews

  1. peter griffin said;

    17 April 2014, 1:12 am

    Gerda Stevenson has cleverly put some dramatic
    meat on the bones of Skeleton Wumman her reworking of an old folk tale. In doing so she has created a peach of a lead role superbly played by Amy Conachan. Amy gets
    splendid support from Buchan Lennon who also
    acts as a signer for the deaf. The ethereal
    music from Seylan Baxter’s electric cello is
    the icing on the cake.

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