David Greig

“Scottish theatre has given me a lot - I want to help it flourish”
As well as writing hit shows including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in the West End, David Greig has been artistic director of the Lyceum in Edinburgh for the past three years. As his adaptation of the much-loved film Local Hero opens there, he tells David Pollock why working in Scotland remains so important to him

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