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HOW TO WRITE ABOUT THEATRE
by Mark Fisher

"A perfect introduction to what could be a lifetime of pleasure"
British Theatre Guide

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With a foreword by Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune

 

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From October 2017

White, Catherine Wheels, on tour, 20 Oct–23 Dec 2018

 

From June 2018

WOKE, Apphia Campbell, 2 Jun–26 Oct

Black is the Color Of My Voice, Apphia Campbell, 5 Jun–25 Nov

 

From August 2018

The Last Witch, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, 23 Aug–11 Oct and on tour 7–10 Nov

 

September 2018

Cyrano de Bergerac, NTS/Citizens/Royal Lyceum, on tour, 1 Sep–10 Nov

Martha, Catherine Wheels, on tour, 7 Sep–27 Oct

Touching the Void, on tour, Royal Lyceum/Bristol Old Vic, 8 Sep–20 Oct and 24 Jan–16 Feb

Twelfth Night, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, 14 Sep–6 Oct & 17 Oct–10 Nov (Bristol Old Vic)

Futureproof, NTS, on tour, 28 Sep–28 Oct

 

October 2018

The Macbeths, Citizens, on tour, 3–27 Oct

Arctic Oil, Traverse, Edinburgh, 6–20 Oct

The Dolls Dragged Up, Robert C Kelly, 11 Oct–24 Nov

The 306: Dusk, NTS/Perth Theatre, 12–27 Oct

Black Beauty, Red Bridge, on tour, 13 Octt–23 Dec

Change in Management, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Oran Mor, Glasgow,15–20 Oct

The Last Picture Show, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Traverse, Edinburgh, 16–20 Oct

Gagarin Way, Dundee Rep, 16 Oct–3 Nov

Get a Life, Splinters, Websters, Glasgow, 18–20 Oct

Stuff, Sylvian Productions, on tour, 19 Oct–3 Nov

King Keich, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Oran Mor, Glasgow, 22–27 Oct

You Are Here, The Occasion, on tour, 24 Oct–5 Mar

The Biscuit, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Oran Mor, Glasgow, 29 Oct–3 Nov

 

November 2018

Citizen of Nowhere, NTS, Tech-Hub, Dundee, Nov

TT Jump, NTS, Port of Spain, Nov

Puffin, Independent Arts, on tour, 1–25 Nov

We Interrupt This Programme, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Oran Mor, Glasgow, 5–10 Nov

It's Easy to Be Dead, Bréon Rydell, on tour, 6–14 Nov

Oscar Slater – The Trial that Shamed a City, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Oran Mor, Glasgow, 12–17 Nov

Turns of the Tide, A Play, a Pie and a Pint, Oran Mor, Glasgow, 19–24 Nov

Unbecoming, Company of Wolves, on tour, 21–24 Nov

Sleepin' Cutie, MacRobert, Stirling, 21 Nov–31 Dec

Wizard of Oz, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, 23 Nov–23 Dec

Flutter, Tortoise in a Nutshell, on tour, 26 Nov–5 Dec

A Ladder to the Stars, Visible Fictions, MacRobert, Stirling, 27 Nov–24 Dec

Mammy Goose, Tron, Glasgow, 27 Nov–6 Jan

The Snow Queen, Dundee Rep, 28 Nov–31 Dec

Wendy and Peter Pan, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, 29 Nov–5 Jan

Snow White and the Seven Dames, Perth Theatre, 30 Nov–5 Jan

 

December 2018

Aladdin, King's, Glasgow, 1 Dec–6 Jan

Britney and the Beast, Insideout, Websters, Glasgow, 1 Dec–5 Jan

Mouthpiece, Traverse, Edinburgh, 1–22 Dec

Beauty and the Beast, King's, Edinburgh, 1 Dec–20 Jan

A Christmas Carol, Citizens, Tramway, Glasgow, 4 Dec–6 Jan

McGonagall’s Chronicles (Which Will Be Remembered For A Very Long Time), Gary McNair, Traverse, Edinburgh, 5–8, 11, 12, 14, 15 Dec)

Sleeping Beauty, Beacon, Greenock, 7–31 Dec

The Polar Bears Go Up, Fish and Game, Perth Theatre, 12–23 Dec

The Gospel According to Jesus, Queen of Heaven, Jo Clifford, Traverse, Edinburgh, 13–22 Dec

 

January 2019

Glasgow Girls, Pachamama, on tour, 15 Jan–3 Feb

Touching the Void, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, 24 Jan–16 Feb

 

February 2019

The Dark Carnival, Vanishing Point, on tour, 19 Feb–16 Mar

All My Sons, Dundee Rep, 19 Feb–9 Mar

 

March 2019

Touching the Void, Perth Theatre, 6–9 Mar

Local Hero, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh/Old Vic, London, 23 Mar–20 Apr

Gaslight, Perth Theatre, 23 Mar–6 Apr

 

April 2019

The Duchess (of Malfi), Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, 17 May–8 Jun

Lost at Sea, Perth Theatre, 25 Apr–4 May

 

May 2019

June 2019

July 2019

 

August 2018

Edinburgh International Festival, 2–26 Aug

Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 2–26 Aug

 

September 2019

Solaris, Malthouse, Melbourne, 28 Jun–21 Jul; Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, autumn

 

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by Mark Fisher

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"Every single page of this book is enhanced by Mark Fisher’s lifelong enthusiasm for, and commitment to, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe – the greatest arts festival in the world."

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