HISTORY OF THEATRE IN SCOTLAND

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Glasgow fire: How the O2 ABC entertained a city for 143 years BBC News The Glasgow School of Art was gutted after a fire broke out in the building late on Friday evening. But the blaze also severely damaged the O2 ABC music venue next door. The building is actually older than the Mackintosh and during its 143-year-old

Wandsworth Guardian Battersea Arts Centre sends message to Donald Trump Wandsworth Guardian This event coincided with US President Donald Trumps first state visit to the UK. David Jubb, artistic director said: “When we heard that President Trump was also visiting the UK on 13th July, we looked at the values we were seeking to celebrate

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Theatre of Scotland – Wikipedia Lyric

National Theatre of Scotland. A Theatre Without Walls. Collaborating with artists and communities to create world-class theatre with the power to change…
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Scotland Productions Lyric

The stories of Scotland told through music, dance, theatre and film. Scotland’s history, culture and natural beauty presented on a grand theatrical stage — …
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Theatre Studies – Glasgow, Scotland, UK Lyric

Theatre and society: will explore the historical and contemporary role of theatre in society, giving you an understanding of some social, political and economic issues affecting theatre practice in a range of historical and geographical contexts.
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History – Scotland’s new writing theatre Lyric

History. The Traverse Theatre began life in 1963 as a theatre club in an abandoned brothel in Edinburgh’s Lawnmarket. The theatre is so named because its first Artistic Director, Terry Lane, mistakenly believed that the staging arrangement is called ‘traverse’.
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Theatre Royal – History of Theatre Royal Glasgow – … Lyric

History of Theatre Royal Glasgow, owned and managed by Ambassador Theatre Group. Buy your official Theatre Royal tickets here.
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