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Æ News – HATS get first bite at Makar’s Drac

Æ News – HATS get first bite at Makar’s Drac

Holyrood Amateur Theatrical Society stage Lochhead’s Dracula at St Bride’s By Thom Dibdin The first production of a Liz Lochhead play since the prolific playwright and poet was made Scotland’s Makar, is to be staged at the St Bride’s Centre this week. Dracula, first produced by the Royal Lyceum in 1985, is Lochhead’s retelling of […]

February 1, 2011 | By | Reply More
Æ News – HATS doffed to Alasdair Gray

Æ News – HATS doffed to Alasdair Gray

Holyrood Amateur Theatre Society stage rare production of Gray’s McGrotty and Ludmilla By Thom Dibdin An amateur production of Alasdair Gray’s early play McGrotty and Ludmilla, to be staged this week at the Roxy Arthouse, has benefited from personal input from the playwright. HATS, the Holyrood Amateur Theatre Society, are staging the production from tonight […]

July 22, 2010 | By | Reply More
Review – HATS Winter Show

Review – HATS Winter Show

* * Feet The Spy Who Came Down With A Cold Pleasance Cabaret Bar Review by Thom Dibdin Hot ideas and cool jazz are the main ingredients of the Winter Show mix from the Holyrood Amateur Theatre Society – but what should be a memorable evening of new work is let down by an overpowering […]

January 29, 2010 | By | Reply More
Preview for the week: 25 – 31 January, 2010

Preview for the week: 25 – 31 January, 2010

By Thom Dibdin A generally quiet January begins to hot up on Thursday, with three short-running productions opening on the same night. The RSAMD come to town with a big scale opera, the Traverse opens its season with some small scale works and the Holyrood Amateurs let us in on a pair of new one-act […]

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