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The Weir (Lyceum: 15 Jan - 6 Feb. '16)

“You will not want to let these characters go home”

Editorial Rating:  4 Stars: Outstanding

For an Irish play set in an out of the way bar, … 542 more words


The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe


The Lyceum, Edinburgh

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a well-loved and familiar tale with a guest spot for Santa Claus; no wonder it’s become a staple family Christmas show. 319 more words


The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Lyceum: 28 Nov.'15 - 3 Jan.'16)

“Fantastical adventure and heart”

Editorial Rating: 4 Stars: Outstanding

Allegory or not, “It’s a magic wardrobe. There’s a wood inside it, and it’s snowing, and there’s a faun and a witch and it’s called Narnia. 534 more words


Tipping the Velvet (The Lyceum, 28 Oct - 14 Nov '15)

“An imaginative attempt at what could have been quite a bland adaptation”

Editorial Rating: 2 Stars

From the quills of established writer Sarah Waters and high-flying playwright Laura Wade, my expectations were certainly high on entering the auditorium for this new interpretation of the award winning novel. 547 more words


Hidden (The Lyceum: 20-24 October '15)

“Gives chills and thrills aplenty”

Editorial Rating: 3 Stars: Nae Bad

Hidden really is a treat for anyone who’s ever wanted to explore what goes on everywhere else in a theatre that audiences don’t normally get to see. 554 more words


Mr Bell In London: Covent Garden And St Giles

Today Covent Garden is one of London’s busiest shopping areas however in medieval times it belonged to Westminster Abbey. The Abbey’s “convent garden” covered around 40 acres and produced fruit and vegetables for the Abbey, extra produce was sold to the public near to the Strand. 2,045 more words

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