Ros MacKenzie

Articles by Ros MacKenzie:

Touching the Void – Lyceum

As Nietzsche said, ”When you stare into the abyss, the abyss stares back at you.”

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War Horse Centenary Concert

These days, multi-media usually means a glitzy hi-tech performance using lots of lights and lots of noise, but in a downbeat, old fashioned crafted sense the Centenary Concert of War Horse at the Usher Hall was a truly enchanting multi-media event.

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Cyrano de Bergerac

There is similiarity between the two Lyceum productions I’ve seen this season and that is both use elements of contemporary society, and try to whip up a frenzy of fun.

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Rebus: Long Shadows

Adding to the drama, Ian Rankin and Rona Munro’s stage adaptation of a new story for Rankin’s famous detective hit a first night problem when lead actor Charles Lawson took ill onstage.

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Twelfth Night

Bold, imaginative, challenging – that’s the concept behind Wils Wilson’s new version of “Twelfth Night” which opens the new season at the Lyceum Theatre in a co-production with Bristol Old Vic.

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Rip It Up

As one who has never really watched “Strictly Come Dancing “ I had a touch of FOMO (fear of missing out) at the King’s Theatre on Saturday night when I went to see “Rip it Up 60s”.

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