“As ever, Annie Lord weaves an irresistible, slow-moving performance lecture from the stuff of its story, haunting, elegant, and full of quiet strength.” Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman

“The theatrical equivalent of an exploratory archeological dig” Thom Dibdin, All Edinburgh Theatre


“completely charming”, Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman. 



“powerful and engaging”, Steven Fraser, The Wee Review. 



“Lord weaves an irresistible, insightful tale bound with corset-like strength and delivered with deceptive fragility” Sarah McIntosh, The Wee Review

“a quietly evocative flesh and blood scenario” Neil Cooper, The Herald.  



“a fascinating piece of solo storytelling” Neil Cooper, The Herald

“site-specific storytelling of the very highest order” Thom Dibdin, All Edinburgh Theatre.

"Annie Lord explores the history of the site and the resonances of history upon a place in her mesmerising short monologue" Dave Pollock, The Scotsman