1989-90

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BY DATE (or alternatively, VIEW BY TITLE)




MUTANTS (Southside, Edinburgh; August, 1989)

NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL (Various venues, Scarborough; 5-12 April, 1990)

BAT THE FATHER, RABBIT THE SON (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

DEPRAVITY (Netherbow, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

EXTREMITIES (Royal Scots Club, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

JOYICITY (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

LYSISTRATA (Greyfriars Kirk House, Edinburgh; August, 1990

MARK LITTLE'S ATOMIC DILEMMA (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

THE HYPOCHONDRIAC (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

MORNING HAS BROKEN (Cluny Church Hall/Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

SHAKESPEARE'S FOOLS (Chaplaincy Centre, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

THE SPIRIT OF JACK CADE (Marco's Leisure Centre, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

STUNNING THE PUNTERS (Marco's Leisure Centre, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

TRISTRAM SHANDY (Hill Street Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

THE WAKE (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

WORDS FROM THE WORLD'S END (Theatre Zoo, Edinburgh; August, 1990)

THE LONELINESS OF THE LONG DISTANCE RUNNER (Grove Theatre, London W10; opened 17 October, 1990)

THE WAKE (Bush Theatre, W12; opened 18 October, 1990)

CORRYVRECKAN (Old Red Lion, London EC1; opened 25 October, 1990)

THE MAID'S TRAGEDY (BAC [Battersea Arts Centre], London SW11; opened 2 November, 1990)

MONDAY AFTER THE MIRACLE (New End Theatre, London NW3; opened 7 November, 1990)

CHANGING THE SILENCE (The Base, London SE5; opened 8 November, 1990)

GARGANTUA AND PANTAGRUEL (Warehouse Theatre, Croydon; opened 13 November, 1990)

MISS JULIE (Latchmere Theatre, London SW11; opened 14 November, 1990)

THE BIG CLEAN-UP (Man In The Moon Theatre, London SW3; opened 21 November, 1990)

THE HEALER (Old Red Lion, London EC1; opened 22 November, 1990)

ORESTES (Duke Of Cambridge Theatre Club, London NW5; opened 27 November, 1990)

THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE (BAC [Battersea Arts Centre], London SW11; opened 28 November, 1990)

BREAKING THE CODE (Latchmere Theatre, London SW11; opened 5 December, 1990)

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK (Watermans Arts Centre, Brentford; opened 5 December, 1990)

PUSS IN BOOTS (Players' Theatre, London WC2; opened 12 December, 1990)

DON GIL OF THE GREEN BRITCHES (Gate Theatre, London W11; opened 13 December, 1990)

JACK AND THE BEANSTALK (Albany Empire, London SE8; opened 13 December, 1990)

SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS (Strand Theatre, London WC2; opened 16 December, 1990)

OLD KING COLE (North Peckham Civic Centre, London SE15; opened 20 December, 1990)

ROMEO AND JULIET THE PANTOMIME (Finborough Theatre, London SW10; opened ?? December, 1990)
 
 


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