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Edinburgh Royal Lyceum Theatre

Dublin-born and raised in London, Derrick O’Connor was part of the generation of actors who helped transform fringe theatre in the 1970s. He enjoyed...

Taking over a theatre building for the first time can come as a shock for artistic directors and they soon learn that being creative...

A revival of Ionesco's Rhinoceros is the major winner at this year's Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland.The co-production between Edinburgh's Royal Lyceum Theatre, the Edinburgh International Festival...

The Edinburgh International Book Festival is becoming an "incubator" for new theatre, according to its director Nick Barley. Speaking at the launch of the programme...

People-watching is recreated as theatre in director Wils Wilson's engaging production of Peter Handke's dialogue-free play The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other. Wilson...

Edinburgh's Royal Lyceum Theatre has taken the lion's share of nominations for this year's Critics' Awards for Theatre in Scotland, being shortlisted in 12...

Stewart Laing's production of David Greig's punchy 2008 modern language version of Strindberg's Creditors is raw and often brutal. This dissection of jealousy and revenge...

Hannah Cowley's biting 1780 comedy of manners has been transplanted to Georgian Edinburgh for a production that feels both timely and timeless. Director Tony Cownie's...

The 1983 film Local Hero is to be turned into a musical by David Greig, with music by Mark Knopfler. Telling the story of an...
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