14.Creditors. Photo credit Peter Dibdin
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Creditors

Creditors is an exploration of sex and sexuality, of power and weakness in men and women, of how partners can be consumed by each other. When callow A...
9. Rhinoceros. Photography by Mihaela Bodlovic.
3.0★ ★ ★
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Rhinoceros

In a nondescript town, a lot like yours or mine, people are changing. They’re behaving in ways you can’t understand, saying things that sound absurd, ...
The Belle's Stratagem Photo credit Mihaela Bodlovic
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The Belle’s Stratagem

To send us skipping into spring with a smile on our lips, Edinburgh’s Lyceum Theatre has put on The Belle’s Stratagem, a rollicking, riotous dash thro...
The Lover. Photo credit Mihaela Bodlovic
2.0★ ★
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The Lover

Throughout The Lover, a branch slowly grows and blossoms above the stage, mirroring the blossoming of the autobiographical character in Marguerite Dur...
The Arabian Nights Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Arabian Nights

The stories within stories within The Arabian Nights is an immensely appealing theatrical concept, offering a wealth of opportunities to directors and...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Cockpit

You British don’t understand about Europe, spits a character at the hapless Captain Ridley, a statement seemingly as true now as it was when Cockpit w...
What Shadows Birmingham Rep _credit Mihaela Bodlovic
2.0★ ★
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What Shadows

The Birmingham Speech. That is what Enoch Powell termed his diatribe better known to most by the moniker ‘Rivers of Blood’. Powell’s title hid beneath...
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Blak Whyte Gray

From the first image of three automatons stuck in a stark white square of light, to its joyous, explosive conclusion, you absolutely cannot take your eyes off...
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Trainspotting Live

Trainspotting Live is pretty much exactly what its audience demands. In following the trials and tribulations of a group of twenty-somethings...
Glory on Earth Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh
3.0★ ★ ★
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Glory On Earth

Shortly after arriving in Edinburgh in 1561, the Catholic Mary Queen of Scots held four meetings with her implacable Protestant critic, John Knox.