1. 7 billion others and me

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    Dismantling the set of "seven billion others and me" at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh. See http://www.curvingclearly.co.uk/ for more work by Kevin Leary.

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    • HAMLET Edinburgh - so many journeys [08.10.13]

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      The Wooster Group HAMLET Edinburgh - so many journeys [08.10.13] "severed pig's head: easy tasty street food" In this video: Casey Spooner, Daniel Pettrow, Greg Mehrten, Kate Valk Visit thewoostergroup.org for daily videos from The Wooster Group. The Wooster Group is an ensemble of experimental theater artists. They are based in New York City at The Performing Garage in SoHo, and their productions tour nationally and internationally.

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      • Citizens Theatre - Takin' Over The Asylum

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        We created a trailer for the Citizens Theatre fantastic production of Takin' Over The Asylum. A hilarious and profoundly moving adaptation of Donna Franceschild’s cult 90’s BBC TV series set in Glasgow. A co-production from Citizens Theatre and Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh.

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        • Project Dream

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          Video produced for Royal Lyceum Theatre's Creative Learning team.

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          • A Taste of Honey - Trailer

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            A trailer for the Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh's upcoming show A Taste of Honey by Shelagh Delaney and directed by Tony Cownie. A TASTE OF HONEY By Shelagh Delaney Directed by Tony Cownie 18 January - 9 February Find out more from the Lyceum Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lyceumtheatre Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lyceumtheatre

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            • Project Dream (15 min)

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              Project Dream is an inter-disciplinary exploration of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, developed in partnership with ten schools and the Arts and Learning Team at City of Edinburgh Council. This video follows the learning journey for both teachers and pupils at one of the schools involved as they take on the creative challenge of Project Dream. For more information - www.lyceum.org.uk/creative-learning/schools-programme/school-projects/project-dream

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              • Midsummer Night's Dream

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                A trailer for the Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh's production of Midsummer Night's Dream.

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                • The Guid Sisters - Trailer

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                  www.nationaltheatrescotland.com www.twitter.com/NTSonline From the original French Québécois Les Belles-Soeurs by Michel Tremblay Translated by Bill Findlay and Martin Bowman Directed by Serge Denoncourt Germaine Luzon wins a million Green Shield stamps. Germaine is in for a windfall but the only way she can collect the money is to stick each stamp into a book. Calling upon her family, friends and neighbours to help, the play listens in as this formidable group of women talk about life, the world and the men in their lives. This “rich, raucous and gritty” Scots version by Bill Findlay of Québécois writer Michel Tremblay's play Les Belles -soeurs was premiered at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow in 1989. Following recent successes with 27 and Dunsinane, two major Scottish producing companies join forces to present a Scots classic. Directed by Serge Denoncourt, who is one of Canada’s leading directors with over 80 productions to his credit including his work with Cirque du Soleil. Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh 21st September - 13th October 2012 King's Theatre, Glasgow 23rd - 27th October 2012

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                  • Backstage: The Guid Sisters - Have you ever won anything?

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                    www.nationaltheatrescotland.com www.twitter.com/NTSonline In The Guid Sisters, Germaine Luzon wins a million Green Shield stamps. We asked the director and some of the cast if they had ever won anything themselves. From the original French Québécois Les Belles-Soeurs by Michel Tremblay Translated by Bill Findlay and Martin Bowman Directed by Serge Denoncourt Germaine Luzon wins a million Green Shield stamps. Germaine is in for a windfall but the only way she can collect the money is to stick each stamp into a book. Calling upon her family, friends and neighbours to help, the play listens in as this formidable group of women talk about life, the world and the men in their lives. This “rich, raucous and gritty” Scots version by Bill Findlay of Québécois writer Michel Tremblay's play Les Belles -soeurs was premiered at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow in 1989. Following recent successes with 27 and Dunsinane, two major Scottish producing companies join forces to present a Scots classic. Directed by Serge Denoncourt, who is one of Canada’s leading directors with over 80 productions to his credit including his work with Cirque du Soleil. Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh 21st September - 13th October 2012 King's Theatre, Glasgow 23rd - 27th October 2012

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                    • Backstage: The Guid Sisters - Director Interview

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                      www.nationaltheatrescotland.com www.twitter.com/NTSonline From the original French Québécois Les Belles-Soeurs by Michel Tremblay Translated by Bill Findlay and Martin Bowman Directed by Serge Denoncourt Germaine Luzon wins a million Green Shield stamps. Germaine is in for a windfall but the only way she can collect the money is to stick each stamp into a book. Calling upon her family, friends and neighbours to help, the play listens in as this formidable group of women talk about life, the world and the men in their lives. This “rich, raucous and gritty” Scots version by Bill Findlay of Québécois writer Michel Tremblay's play Les Belles -soeurs was premiered at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow in 1989. Following recent successes with 27 and Dunsinane, two major Scottish producing companies join forces to present a Scots classic. Directed by Serge Denoncourt, who is one of Canada’s leading directors with over 80 productions to his credit including his work with Cirque du Soleil. Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh 21st September - 13th October 2012 King's Theatre, Glasgow 23rd - 27th October 2012

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