The glorious inventiveness on display in Travels With My Aunt never quite banishes the whiff of cynicism about the subject material. However, worries hardly matter when the exemplary performances and staging mean this comes highly recommended.
Though White Rabbit Red Rabbit could be perceived as a tad gimmicky, the marriage of form and content proves more than satisfying. Nassim Soleimanpour has got himself a winning formula here and it will undoubtedly return to Edinburgh’s stages soon.
Assured comedy performances and ambitious staging combine to make a success of The Ladykillers for the Grads, at the Assembly Roxy to Saturday. The classic 1955 black comedy film, directed by Alexander Mackendrick, was adapted for the stage by Father Ted co-creator Graham Linehan in 2011.