Hay Fever – Review

It’s the start of Hay Fever season at the Lyceum, where Dominic Hill, director of Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre, is staging a co-production with the Lyceum company of Noel Coward’s famous 1920s play.

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The Winter’s Tale – Lyceum

From tragedy to joy – surely there is no more satisfying a turn around to be found in any Shakespeare play, and in this magnificent production of “The Winter’s Tale” directed by Max Webster the extreme range of our emotions are tweaked and engaged.

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The Trial – King’s Theatre

As a lover of theatre, but an amateur opera goer, I approached “The Trial” at the King’s Theatre with rather wary caution. Philip Glass scores Franz Kafka….it could be a daunting combination.

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Picnic at Hanging Rock

Picnic at Hanging Rock is a hugely successful novel by Joan Lindsey that resonated so strongly in its native Australia that the story came to be thought of as true, later becoming an internationally acclaimed film.

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Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland – Lyceum

Part of Christmas On Stage, the Lyceum’s new production of Alice In Wonderland has a magnificent Victorian setting – for which, of course, the theatre is a gift.

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Jumpy – Review

April De Angelis’s Jumpy, directed by Cora Bissett, is a bittersweet contemporary comedy with a cast of Scottish acting talent.

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