Scotland

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Rhinoceros

With this new production of Rhinoceros, Zinnie Harris and Turkish director Murat Daltaban reaffirm the political potency of Ionesco’s fable...
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How to Act

In this new creation, Graham Eatough revisits tragedy and the ancestral roots of theatre to weave a compelling exploration of conflict and domination...
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Ever Never

In Taiwanese company Co-coism’s Ever Never, five actors, seated in an aircraft, seamlessly wander from one identity, place, and era to another.
Ubu Roi Hi Ludens Ensemble
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Ubu Roi

First performed last year at the Hidden Doors Festival, Ludens Ensemble’s Ubu Roi is an unabashedly chaotic romp.
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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...
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Shackleton

From 1914 to 1917, the explorer Ernest Shackleton and his crew went on an expedition to cross the Antarctic on board the Endurance.
Tristan & Yseult Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
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Tristan and Yseult

In the neon-lit Club of the Unloved, the ‘Love-Spotters’ dream of their membership expiry, and of the day they’ll finally be allowed in
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Music is Torture

After peaking around the year 1998, Jake’s (Andy Clark) musical career is deep in the trough....
Glory on Earth Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh
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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.