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Mrs. Puntila and Her Man Matti

Bertolt Brecht's Mr Puntila and His Man Matti – a satire of class dynamics filtered through a prism of drunkenness – was written in 1940 and first per...
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Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of)

It is a truth universally acknowledged that every review of a Jane Austen production must start with ‘it is a truth universally acknowledged’. Thanks ...
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An Edinburgh Christmas Carol

Ebenezer Scrooge, the famous miser at the heart of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, was allegedly based on the headstone of one Ebenezer Scroggie, ...
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Barber Shop Chronicles

The scene is set from the moment audience members step into the theatre and are invited to join the cast on stage. The stately, glistening Lyceum audi...
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Solaris

Everyone will at some point feel the despair of being alone – loneliness is a truly universal emotion. It is fitting then, that Stanisław Lem chose to...
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The Duchess (of Malfi)

The Duchess (of Malfi) is writer/director Zinnie Harris’ modern take on John Webster’s bloody Jacobean revenge tragedy. It tells of titular Duchess Gi...
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Local Hero

Local Hero opens with big-shot, hard-nosed oil executive Mac pitching up in the little Scottish village of Ferness and offering to buy the land lock, ...
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Touching the Void

Anyone who has read Touching the Void, or seen the documentary, would be forgiven for thinking it would be impossible to bring the story to life on st...
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Wendy and Peter Pan

The traditional story of Peter Pan about the boy who refuses to grow up, and his adventures with Wendy Darling and her brothers in Neverland, is well ...