The Lover. Photo credit Mihaela Bodlovic
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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...
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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...
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.
Charlie Sonata The Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh. Photo : Drew Farrell
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Charlie Sonata

The audience file into the theatre to be confronted with a sterile doctor’s waiting room.  Anxious people pace across the stage, smoking edgy cigarett...
The Winter’s Tale. Photo credit - Mihaela Bodlovic
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The Winter’s Tale

A tale of tyranny, mistrust and a disregard for the rule of law is a pertinent choice for these troubled times. ‘The gods do this year connive at us’,...
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Picnic at Hanging Rock

The scene is set simply with five primly dressed school girls standing on a bare stage.  They tell us how on St Valentine’s Day, 1900, a group of Aust...
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Richard III

Karl Marx famously opined that it is not people’s consciousness that determines their existence but their social existence that determines their consc...