Baba Yaga – Review

No Noise. No Pets. No Barbecues. No Drawing Pins…Working as a receptionist in an apartment block, Vaselina lives a very quiet life – the residents and their rules see to that.

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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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Fat Friends – the Musical

“Fat Friends-the Musical” is Kay Mellor’s update on her millennial TV series of that name and follows the same storyline.

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Rhinoceros

Following its successful run during the Festival, the chaotic and comedic Scottish/Turkish interpretation of Ionesco’s absurdist play is back on the Lyceum’s stage. Ros Mackenzie sees it a second time – and is still as enamoured…

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Bingo! – Assembly Hall

There are those who might think that every bingo game is a hostage situation – punters trapped in their seats, pen in hand, until the last of the magic numbers are called.

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