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Review: The Multiverse is Gay

From 11th – 15th April, The Multiverse is Gay will be transporting the Lyceum through a wild, cosmic, and touchingly hilarious wormhole of multiverse shenanigans and surprisingly stunning escapism. This…

A Guide to Theatres in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a city known in its summer months as the city of the Fringe festival. However, there are theatre productions in Edinburgh throughout the year. Here is an Edinburgh…

Review: You Bury Me

You Bury Me is ‘a love letter to Cairo, to Egypt, to the revolution and everyone who fought for it’, and masterfully portrays this through the raw experiences of six…

Review: Macbeth (An Undoing)

Zinnie Harris’ original plays put female characters at the centre of the narrative, taking a previously unsympathetic female lead and reworking the narrative. Known for her interpretations of classic drama…

Review: An Edinburgh Christmas Carol

During a time of pre-exam worries and the ever-approaching end of the semester, I decided to treat myself to an evening of letting go of all my university stress. While…

Review: Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of)

Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of) is an absolute joy to watch. From beginning to end, the sensational retelling is clever, lively, and hilarious. My cheeks ached from constantly smiling and…

Twelfth Night

An exciting seventies reimagining of one of Shakespeare’s most loved comedies, with a relevant and discerning take on his gender politics. The Royal Lyceum and Bristol Old Vic’s co-production brings…

Waiting for Godot

Image courtesy of Alan McCredie. The Royal Lyceum Theatre Company is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and what better way of doing that than by putting on Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece, Waiting…