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The Giant Killers – Rose Street Theatre, Edinburgh

Writers: Eve & Andrew Pearson-Wright Director: Natalie-Anne Downs Long Lane Theatre Company's The Giant Killers is a David and Goliath tale from the birth of 'the beautiful game'. A true story of how football was taken from a rich man's pastime to the game of the people. The mill workers that make up Darwen F.C. are as talented as they ...

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Union – Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

Director: Mark Thomson Writer: Tim Barrow Reviewer: Amy Taylor The Act of Union and its many players are just one of the focuses of Tim Barrow’s Union, a new work that reveals just how Scotland became part of the United Kingdom in 1707. Directed by Mark Thomson, this new work showcases the talents of a united cast, but a strong ...

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WHAT’S HOT : Week beginning Monday 24th March 2014

After a little break we are delighted to bring to you a larger and improved What’s Hot feature – bringing you the best shows from all over the UK &Ireland to catch in the coming week. Hopefully there is something for everyone in this week’s selection. If you go to see or have seen any of them, then let us ...

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Edinburgh Fringe: The Idiot at the Wall – Bedlam Theatre

Writer: Elspeth Turner Music: Murdo Turner, Tim du Feu Director: Emily Reutlinger Reviewer: Val Baskott [rating:3.5] Elspeth Turner has chosen an ancient tale for her first play, The Idiot at the Wall directed by Emily Reutlinger. The story of two sisters, one man, love, jealousy and murder is a tale well known in the Scottish folk tradition and a good ...

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The Idiot at the Wall – Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Elspeth Turner Director: Emily Reutlinger Reviewer: Amy Taylor [Rating: 3/5] Family, tradition, roots, secrets and lies form the basis of Elspeth Turner’s debut play, The Idiot at the Wall. Directed by Emily Reutlinger and based on Gaelic tales, songs and expressions, this new piece of the theatre shows promise, but is a little unpolished. Taking place on an unknown ...

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