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Lyceum Theatre
Grindlay Street EH3 9AX. Phone booking: 0131 248 4848
Website: lyceum.org.uk

The Lyceum. Pic: Eamonn McGoldrick

The Lyceum has cancelled the remainder of its 2019/20 season and has put the building into “hibernation” until the end of the year. For further details see our news story “Hibernation” For Lyceum.

The box office staff are working from home to contact all ticket holders. The Adam Buxton date has been re-scheduled to 2021, and there is a possibility that some productions will be moved into next season. Christmas show, The Snow Queen, will now take place in the 2021/22 season.

The theatre has two strands of pandemic activity – Letters to the Lyceum and Curtain Up. Further details in news story here: House Lights Up!

2020

Daniel Kitson: Dot. Dot. Dot.
Sunday 1/Monday 2 November 2020
Evening: 8pm
Daniel Kitson presents his account of six ridiculous and devastating months, experienced largely from a safe distance, almost immediately misremembered and retold here so inaccurately as to be, very nearly fictional. Conceived and written specifically to be performed in and streamed from empty theatres with audience capacity limited to that of each venue, this will hopefully be a lot more fun than it sounds. Book here.

2021

Adam Buxton Rambles…
Friday March 5 2021
Evening: 7.30pm
Comedian and podcast host Adam Buxton talks about and reads from his upcoming new book which incorporates rambles on topics including parenthood, formative cultural influences of the 80s, confrontations on trains, wet dreams, boarding school trauma, The Adam & Joe Show, dead Dads and David Bowie… Book here.

The Snow Queen
Adapted from the story by Hans Christian Andersen
Christmas season 2021/22
Performances for this show are being rescheduled to 2021/22. 
When the beautiful and fearsome Snow Queen steals Kay away and takes him to her frozen kingdom, she leaves behind his sister, the brave and brilliant Gerda, who will stop at nothing to rescue her sibling. But before she can do so, the Snow Queen lodges a sliver of her magical ice into the boy’s eye and heart, turning the once loving and gentle Kay cold and mean. Can Gerda, with the help of friends she meets along the way, track her brother through the magical, wintery world of the Snow Queen and melt his frozen heart before it’s too late? Book here.

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