Eddie and the Slumber Sisters – Review

At 2.17 every morning, nine-year old Eddie has a nightmare; her beloved granny is missing, and nobody is listening…How can the Slumber Sisters help restore Eddie’s sweet dreams?

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Creditors – Review

Stuart Laing has achieved a remarkable fusion between classical drama and avantgarde theatre in his current Lyceum production of David Greig‘s version of Strindberg‘s “Creditors.”

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The Lover – Lyceum

Underage sex at the Lyceum – what a difference the distance of time and country makes to such a concept.

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The Arabian Nights – Lyceum

Three wishes, seven seas, forty thieves…and a story within a story within a story. This is the essence of the exotic Arabian Nights, the festive production showing at the Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh.

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Shark In The Park (The Show)

‘There’s a shark, there’s a shark, there’s a shark in the park…’ I saw this show on Friday, and I swear I’ve been humming that song ever since.

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Love Song To Lavender Menace

As someone heavily involved in LGBTQ campaigning, I’m still learning about the history of our struggle in Edinburgh, so a play documenting the rise and fall of groundbreaking bookshop, Lavender Menace, was essential viewing.

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