Category Archives: Plays

Dr Angelus

We went to see James Bridie’s play, Dr Angelus, at Pitlochry last night.  Bridie was one of the founders of the Citizens’ Theatre in Glasgow, and was a doctor turned playwright.  He wrote Dr Angelus in 1947 – the tale of … Continue reading

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I saw Dunsinane at the Edinburgh Lyceum last night – it’s David Greig’s sequel to Macbeth, and an amazingly good one.  The play explores what happens after a ‘tyrant’ is dead, and an occupying army tries to establish ‘peace’ in a country … Continue reading

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