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New Chair appointed to Lyceum board

The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh has announced the appointment of Tari Lang as the new Chair of the Board, from 1 September 2021.Tari succeeds Shonaig Macpherson CBE FRSE, who has spent nearly nine years...

Angela will begin the season of Sound Stage

The Royal Lyceum Theatre have a cunning plan with 'SOUND STAGE'On her journey towards being Educated, Rita solves the bane of all stage productions faced with Peer Gynt, ‘Do it on the radio!’ she...

From the Lyceum – at the swish of a fairy’s wonder

Lyceum Christmas Tales - free to streamTale 1 - A Fairy Tale by Morna Young.In true homage to the Christmas Fairy Tale tradition, gift-wrapped in a Jackanory cosy Fair-Isle sweater format, Edinburgh Lyceum Theatre’s...

Review – Solaris ★★★★★

Beg, steal or borrow a ticket to see the latest David Greig play at the Lyceum. Even if, like me, you are no sci-fi aficionado this is a fabulous two hours or so of...

At The Lyceum it’s all about the bees

The Royal Lyceum has welcomed 70,000 bees on its rooftop, and hopes to use the honey they produce in its food and cocktails.This is all part of the theatre's initiative to become more 'green'...

Edinburgh International Festival – Wind Resistance

There can be few more spiritually uplifting experiences in natural world phenomenon than witnessing the spectacular arrival of so many thousands of Pink-footed geese along the East Lothian coastline come mid September. The captivating, ethereal...

Je Suis Un Baroque Star

 Thon Man Molière by Liz Lochhead at The Royal Lyceum until 11 June 11 2016 'or whit got him intae all that bother...'This salaciously delicious, self referencing farce, delivered in contemporary Scots dialect with occasional robust vernacular,...

David Greig takes over at the Lyceum

The Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh launched its 2016-17 programme with dazzling derring-do earlier today. Newly appointed Artistic Director, David Greig’s, tenure has not so much hit the ground running as rocketed this already vibrant 2016 season...

Friday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

Family Arts Festival Activity Day: a fun-filled BFG themed activity day for all the family. Make and create things at a range of drop-in activities and bookable-on-the-day drama and movement workshops.  You can also make a...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

MONDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2014The Key Material is Time: Art and Music in Glasgow since the 1970s. Writer, curator and lecturer Dr Sarah Lowndes traces the development of Glasgow's unique and largely self-initiated arts scene...

Theatre review: Crime and Punishment, Lyceum Theatre (****)

For anyone unfamiliar with Dostoevsky’s original novel, the thing about Crime and Punishment is that there’s not a huge amount of crime – nor, indeed, a great deal of punishment. What there is, though,...

Theatre review: Of Mice and Men/Royal Lyceum Theatre (****)

There’s a strong feeling of fatalism and inevitably that pervades John Dove’s quietly masterful new production of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men at the Lyceum. It’s as if the play’s tragic ending is...

Review: The Infamous Brothers Davenport/Royal Lyceum Theatre (****)

Can we really communicate with the dead? And why do we need to believe in the possibility that we can? These are the profound human questions behind the Lyceum’s thrilling yet thoughtful new play,...

Review: Beauty and the Beast, Royal Lyceum Theatre (***)

When is a pantomime not a pantomime? Or to look at it another way, when is a Christmas show not just a straight piece of theatre? The Lyceum’s seasonal offering this year, enjoyable thought it...

Review: 27, Royal Lyceum Theatre (****)

There’s a lot to think about in Abi Morgan’s new play, co-produced by the National Theatre of Scotland and the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh. The reasons for the onset of Alzheimer’s; scientific ethics; dwindling...


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