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Tynecastle play returns

Tynecastle play returns

A War of Two Halves to get further performances:

Site-specific play A War of Two Halves, based on the WW1 story of McCrae’s Battalion, is to get a further performances this November following its a hugely successful run during this year’s EdFringe.

September 26, 2018 | By | Reply More
A War of Two Halves

A War of Two Halves

★★★★★     Devastating emotion:

The sincerity, emotional directness and beautiful staging of A War of Two Halves deserves to transcend sporting allegiances. This Is My Story and Nonsense Room’s site-specific performance does what great theatre should, making a specific time and place seem immediate and accessible.

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Tynecastle drama

Tynecastle drama

McCrae’s Battalion play for Hearts’ ground:

Tynecastle Park is to become home to off the pitch drama during this year’s fringe with a new play about McRae’s Battalion playing out in an an immersive production around the stands.

July 13, 2018 | By | Reply More
VPT goes full-length

VPT goes full-length

Village Pub Theatre to stage full-length immersive production:

Leith’s Village Pub Theatre, the playwright collective specialising in script-in-hand performances of new work, is to stage a full length production The Sunnyside Centre, at the Hibs Supporters Club.

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Union – Review

Union – Review

✭✭✭✩✩ In rude health

Bawdy, hugely ambitious and almost wilfully uneven, the Lyceum’s world premiere of Union should be applauded for its intentions even if the results are not wholly successful.

March 26, 2014 | By | Reply More
Review – The Idiot at the Wall

Review – The Idiot at the Wall

Sibling rivalry leads to a disastrous turn of events in Elspeth Turner’s extremely promising debut 2012 play, revived for a Scottish tour by Edinburgh company Stoirm Og and seen at the Traverse.

October 6, 2013 | By | Reply More
Rankin and the Union head up Lyceum season

Rankin and the Union head up Lyceum season

Ian Rankin’s first ever play and a romp about the Union of 1707 are two of four world premieres in the Royal Lyceum’s seven-play 2013/14 season.

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