The Deil’s Awa, a roistering tale of smugglers in the East Neuk of Fife, written by Alan Cochrane, award-winning playwright, and dedicated to Edinburgh People’s Theatre.
Set in an Ayrshire guest house in the 1960s, this hilarious comedy follows a week in the life of Mr and Mrs McIlroy who have chosen to revisit where they had spent their honeymoon …
Brothers Barnabus and Donatus of Cambusdonald Abbey are back, now five years on from the events of The Sorcerer’s Tale.
Join Edinburgh People’s Theatre and celebrate their 60th Fringe with Sam Cree’s hilarious comedy, Wedding Fever.
There’s something wonderfully uncluttered and unpretentious about this particular wander down literary lane from the Mercators, one of Edinburgh’s oldest amateur drama clubs.
To make The Auld Alliance, start with a nice big helping of Jane Austen.
I shouldn’t have liked Austensibility.
1822, Scotland eagerly anticipates the state visit by King George IV, especially the widowed Laird of Hawthornden, Sir Robert Drummond.
Since 2002, The Mercators, one of Edinburgh’s longest established amateur drama groups have presented dramatised readings in period costume celebrating the lives of famous writers …
October, 1460 in the Lothians of Scotland.
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