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Reply Independent Reviews
6:33 AM on February 14, 2017 
Posted to Leith Dockers Club venue but nothing has appeared.

Sent: Saturday, February 11, 2017 at 4:34 PM
From: "independent Reviews"
To: [email protected]
Subject: review of A cinema in south georgia



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Not expecting what to see, ‚??A Cinema in South Georgia‚?? has a most misleading title, the cinema is referred to at the start, but this is a show about life in a Whaling Station, having said that this unique show blew me away from start to finish. The effervescence of the actors, particularly Euan McIver, who imbued the show with personable warmth and character throughout, was palpable. Like a whaling ship tossed on the Antarctic waters we lurched from fact to fact via song and dance, good humoured repartee and sparkling wit.¬† Mark Vevers and Jonathan Combe are admirable side kicks for McIver, trailing young Joe Kinnear behind in their wake. Whilst the older actors schmoozed from scene to scene, telling the story and portraying different characters along the way, including some very fine characterised ladies, new recruit mess boy Joe was like a rabbit in the headlights. Vocally and physically he was like a brake to the accelerating production.
Catch this show when you can ‚?? it is educational and informative and performed with such zest and passion on the whole that you don‚??t realise an hour and a half has gone by. Whaling is perhaps not a subject you would expect to have so much humour, but the style and nature in which this grisly subject is dealt with is commendable. Susan Wilson and Jeffrey Mayhew have a first class production on their hands, admirably portrayed by a fine cast. This was staged at Leith Dockers Club on Sunday February 5th 2017.
Reply Peter Lerpiniere
4:47 PM on June 29, 2011 
Happy Birthday Euan. 50! You must tell me who does your make up!
Peter
Reply Mags Colbron
5:25 PM on September 22, 2010 
wishing you well...site is great !....what about our mother goose!! was so much fun!! LOL
Reply Maregaret Amer(MacKendrick)
5:53 PM on September 4, 2010 
Hi Euan,
Got this from Jim, How are you its been how long since Sandra and I saw you? To many years. Im so happy to see you have been doing so well for yourself nice to know i know someone famous ha ha.
It would be nice to hear from you if you have time.
Love Margaret x
Reply Lynda Ballantyne
10:44 AM on July 30, 2010 
Hi Eui
Jill Mackay sent me the link to your site - don't know how she found it! It looks fab, well done you. Meri keeps me up to date with your comings and goings.
We are all fine, kids growing up too quickly - Lucy is 9 next week!
Met Meri in the ladies at the Higland Show ! She is fine and looking really well.
Hope your well, drop me an e-mail when you get a minute.
Love and hugs
Lynda
Reply Lady Crabtree
6:45 AM on July 18, 2010 
Thrilled to see all that you have done in your career, and I wish you continued success. Look forward to seeing you perform "down south" one of these days!

Connie x
Reply Angela
2:33 PM on July 10, 2010 
How wonderful Euan xxxx
Reply Glenn Geller
8:56 AM on June 29, 2010 
Cool to see your career so vibrantly and colorfully depicted here. Everyone in Programs and Features (New York) sends their best.
We all remember your remarkable ability to take a character and develop it - twice to national award level, and look forward to interacting with you again soon.
All the best from everyone in CBS 1, CBS (Chicago) and CBS Reality.
Reply Meredith Inkster
8:29 AM on June 28, 2010 
Oh Eui - this website is fab! Bought a tear to my eye whilst munching on my lunch. Actually I was looking for your address but this is way more interesting.

Hope all goes well - hope to catch up soon.
Love Meri xxxxx
Reply Rhona Pirrie
6:02 PM on June 15, 2010 
Have just checked out your website Mr McIver - how absolutely wonderful. So proud of all your achievements Euan, but then I always knew you could do it! Will now continue to follow your career online, and feel so happy and honoured to have shared a small part in your life. Bless you.x