Alma Mater ‘a striking encounter, a puncture in space, phantasmic’ review in RealTime
Jun 2012 10

“Alma Mater proves a striking encounter—striking in the sense of a blow, a box about the ears. It’s deceptively simple to describe… And then the ghosts appear.” A great review from Australia’s leading arts magazine RealTime.

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Little Miracles: Alma Mater in German Press
Jun 2012 01

“It seems uncanny, but the horror stays friendly all the time. The music to this macabre game was composed by John De Simone, is transported via earphones and sounds like an optimistic version of a Peter Greenaway score.”

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Alma Mater ‘a piece of performance art which uses technology to eloquent, vivid and immersive effect’ **** review Arts Hub
Apr 2012 20

There’s a common perception that spending too much time in front of a screen will make you stupid. Stupid, passive, and unimaginative. It’s an idea that is defied by Alma Mater; a piece of performance art which uses technology to eloquent, vivid and immersive effect.

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End of year acclaim
Dec 2011 19

We’re pleased to have reached number 48 in the List Magazine’s Hot 100 and get a mention in The Guardian’s Theatre 2011 round-up.

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Aug 2011 19

Alma Mater was featured on BBC Newsnight Review and Channel 4 News at the end of last week. In this video Kirsty Wark narrates an introduction to Alma Mater which features a brief interview with Fish and Game’s Artistic Director Eilidh MacAskill.

In this longer piece on Channel 4 News, Culture Editor Matthew Cain features new work using technology at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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