The List Review – Fringe Review

Highly Recommended Show “Teamed with the beautiful writing and endearing performance The List cements itself as a fantastic piece of theatre.”

What people are saying about The Jennifer Tremblay Trilogy…

What a well crafted & powerful conclusion to #TremblayTrilogy by @Stellarquines was today! When acted this well, no tricks needed. #edfringe
Jennifer #TremblayTrilogy by @Stellarquines, brilliantly performed by Maureen Beattie – extremely powerful theatre, beautifully written.

Gillian – Public Reviews (The List)
“After seeing this I immediately booked tickets for

Share the Love!

We need you to share the love!
Did you see The List or The Carousel? We are looking for friends of Stellar Quines who saw one or both of these shows to come and film a Vox Pop for us over the next couple of weeks ahead of our Fringe run

Festival fever begins!

The sun is out and we currently have piles of programmes on our desks, which can only mean one thing, festival season is upon us!  Here at Stellar Quines HQ we’re busily preparing for our part in this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe – the presentation of Jennifer Tremblay’s Trilogy of

This stellar piece of theatre

This stellar piece of theatre is outstanding and entirely captivating, and should be right at the top of everybody’s list.

Stellar Quines have produced

Stellar Quines have produced a thought-provoking study of action, consequence and the foibles of human behaviour.

Media stories on The List

Facing up to Tragedy Inspired by Truth

Neil Cooper at the Glasgow Herald has written a super article on The List. According to him Stellar Quines are full of surprises. Read the full article here.

The List writes about The List

The List magazine have written a fantastic article about The List in their latest edition.
Life lessons and the

Shelley Tepperman Interview

In a recent interview by Estelle Rosen of the Charlesbois Post, Shelley Tepperman discussed the challenges faced when translating La Liste/The List by Jennifer Tremblay. Click here to read what she had to say about the process.

Philip Pinsky on composing for theatre

Philip works extensively in theatre and other media in the UK and overseas.  For five years he was Associate Artist at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh providing scores for more than half of their output during that period.  He won the Critics’ Award for Theatre in Scotland 2005 for best

Michael Heasman on The List

Michael has worked on a wide range of festivals, events and productions internationally and locally. Through his experience he has achieved the ability to work in many departments on all aspects from pre-production to de-rig, both management and technical. From first completing a degree in nursing at Dundee, to working