Ros MacKenzie

Articles by Ros MacKenzie:

Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster

I don’t quite know why I picked this show. I think I must have thought it was something else. Anyway, within 5 minutes of listening to BAC Beatbox Academy I was hooked.

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Trying it On

“Trying it On” is an autobiographical monologue written and performed by David Edgar in which the author at 70 looks back to the revolutionary summer of 1968, when as a student he embraced the ideals and political struggles of the day.

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Peter Gynt

Fizzing with fun, fantasy and philosophy – that’s Peter Gynt, the new reworking of Ibsen’s notoriously difficult, monstrously long, epic verse play.

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Local Hero

On Saturday night when atmospheric conditions were perfect for a sighting of the northern lights – although sadly not in the Lothians – we at the Lyceum enjoyed spectacular blazing skies in the superbly staged production of Local Hero.

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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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