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Bingo! – Assembly Hall, Edinburgh

three women and a table

Writers: Anita Vettesse and Johnny McKnight Director: Jemima Levick Composer: Alan Penman Reviewer: S.E. Webster Pens at the ready! Eyes down! It’s fun, entertaining and contains only minor bloodshed. Not your average night at the theatre – much better in fact! A new collaboration between Stella Quines Theatre Company and Grid Iron, Bingo! focuses on the trials and tribulations of ...

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NEWS: Jemima Levick to leave Dundee Rep Theatre

  Dundee Rep Theatre's Artistic Director Jemima Levick, Artistic Director, is to leave the venue to become leaving to becomeArtistic Director &Chief Executive of Stellar Quines Theatre Company. Levick, who spoke to us last month as part of our 16 For 2016 feature, has been Artistic Director at the Scottish venue since 2013, being an Associate Director prior to that. ...

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16 For 2016: Jemima Levick

Dundee Rep's Jemima Levick

With roots dating back to the 1930s, Dundee Rep Theatre opened in 1982 and houses the Dundee Rep Ensemble, Scottish Dance Theatre and Rep Creative Learning. Dundee Rep has established a reputation as one of the UK’s foremost theatre companies, performing at home and touring nationally and internationally. The Scottish powerhouse created the musical Sunshine On Leith, featuring the music ...

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The Witches – Dundee Repertory Theatre, Dundee

poster image the witches

Writer: Roald Dahl Adapter: David Wood Director: Jemima Levick Reviewer: Gareth Davies In probably the darkest and nastiest of Road Dahl's non-adult stories, he delivers us a group of women who plan to rid the world of children, using a fiendish plan so horribly plausible – the administration of a magic potion via sweets and chocolate - that you start ...

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Time and the Conways – Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: J.B. Priestley Director: Jemima Levick Reviewer: Amy Taylor [Rating:3] The concept of time, loss, hindsight and perhaps most importantly, the very nature of human existence is all brought to the surface in J.B. Priestley’s Time and the Conways. Chronicling the fall of a once great family while questioning our preconceptions of time,ageingand fortunes this co-production between the Royal Lyceum ...

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