Seth Ewin

Edinburgh reviewer

E-mail: seth@britishtheatreguide.info

Seth first started reviewing theatre at the University of St Andrews for the Saint student paper. He reviewed for ThreeWeeks in Edinburgh and Brighton. Although he did review, very briefly in Durham for BTG, he has since moved to Edinburgh. He now not only reviews theatre in Edinburgh for BTG but also ventures out to Glasgow, Dundee and generally across the Lowlands of Scotland. Seth has been coming to the Edinburgh for the Festival(s) every year since 2004, as a reviewer and also as a performer.

Latest reviews

Peter Hannah as Captain Ridley and Deka Walmsley, Mihaela Bodlovic

Cockpit

Bridget Boland (Lyceum Theatre Company at Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin

Glory On Earth, Drew Farrell

Glory On Earth

Linda McLean (Lyceum Theatre Company at Lyceum, Edinburgh).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin

Sandy Grierson as Chick, Drew Farrell

Charlie Sonata

Douglas Maxwell (Lyceum Theatre Company at Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh ).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin

Brian Ferguson as Bernard ? and Peter Forbes as Slater, Aly Wight

A Number

Caryl Churchill (Lyceum Theatre Company at Lyceum, Edinburgh).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin

Susan Wooldridge as Judith Bliss, Mihaela Bodlovic

Hay Fever

Noël Coward (Royal Lyceum Theatre and Citizens Theatre at Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin

Andy Clark as Polixenes and John Michie as Leontes,

The Winter's Tale

William Shakespeare (Lyceum Theatre Company at Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin

Rent,

Rent

Jonathan Larson (Festival Theatre, Edinburgh).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin

Alex Bird,

Fisk

Tortoise in a Nutshell and Anne Sophie Oxenvad (Tortoise in a Nutshell at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin

Arielle Gray, Nikki Shiels, Amber McMahon, Elizabeth Nabben and Harriet Gordon-Anderson, Pia Johnson

Picnic At Hanging Rock

Tom Wright (Malthouse Theatre and Black Swan State Theatre Group at Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin

Jess Peet as Alice, Isobel McArthur as the Dormouse, David Carlyle as the Hare and Tam Dean Burn as the Hatter, Drew Farrell

Alice in Wonderland

Lewis Carroll, adapted by Anthony Neilson (Lyceum Theatre Company at Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh).
Reviewer: Seth Ewin