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Press Reviews

The Seven Deadly Sins at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2013


Kally Lloyd-Jones’s Scottish Opera/Company Chordelia co-production of The Seven Deadly Sins is sharp, witty and dark…The incisiveness of Lloyd-Jones’s directing is matched by the sharpness of Janis Hart’s 1930s set…[Nadine] Livingston and [Kirsty] Pollock were both excellent, while in the pit, Jessica Cottis coaxed a rich, sharp and sleazy sound from The Orchestra of Scottish Opera. Do not miss.’
****The Times


'This production of a little known and little performed sung ballet represents the pinnacle of professionalism available at the Fringe.’
**** Broadway Baby


Cast and Creative Team


'Kally Lloyd-Jones, abetted by designer Janis Hart, doesn't miss a trick.'

The Herald**** (The Seven Deadly Sins, 2011)


'...Livingston is a thrillingly barnstorming Anna l, pungently counterpointed by the male quartet who portray Anna's idle, grasping family while Jessica Cottis deftly conducts the Scottish Opera Orchestra through the shifting moods of Weill's satirical score.'

The Herald**** (The Seven Deadly Sins, 2011)


‘…admirable in both its originality and its ambition…the kind of production we see too little of on the Scottish stage.’
The Sunday Herald (Les Amoureux, 2009)

‘[Nadine Livingston’s] Susanna, vivacious, lyrical, perfectly tuned and with a consistently silvery lustre from above the stave to the chesty depths of Deh vieni, is a knockout.’
The Times, **** (The Marriage of Figaro, 2010)