Copenhagen by Michael Frayn
19:30 17 – 20 May, Assembly Roxy Upstairs
Tickets £15 (£12 EGTG Members)
Two European physicists meet in the city during World War 2.
The Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group will be bringing the highly-charged Copenhagen back to Edinburgh this spring. Premiered at the National Theatre in London in 1998, with a revival at the Lyceum Theatre in 2009, Michael’s Frayn’s intense and erudite script will get a showing at Assembly Roxy 17 – 20 May by the local theatre company.
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With the rapturous applause of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol still ringing in our ears, we turn our attention to next year as we are thrilled to announce the shows and directors taking to the stage for EGTG in 2023.
We are delighted to welcome back Ross Hope (Jerusalem, All About My Mother) to the director’s chair in the spring, with a production of Michael Frayn’s Copenhagen. A wonderfully intellectual script for two men and one woman.
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On the back of one of its biggest years to date, the Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group, EGTG, has announced it has an even larger programme in store for 2020. The theatre company is increasing the scope of both its spring and autumn programming to present a total of seven productions throughout the year.
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All About My Mother A play by Samuel Adamson, based on the film by Pedro Almodovar
21st – 24th November inclusive, 7:30pm Assembly Roxy
Tickets £10 advance, £12 on the door
“To all actresses who have played actresses. To all women who act. To men who act and become women. To all the people who want to be mothers.”
Pedro Almodovar, to the audience of All About My Mother
In Barcelona, Manuela makes a new life for herself after the death of her son, working on a stage production of A Streetcar Named Desire. She is reunited with an old transgender friend, Agrado, who she finds working as a prostitute, and makes new friends in the shape of Rosa, a terminally ill young nun, and Huma Rojo, the famous and formidable grand dame stage actress whom her late son idolised.
As Manuela rebuilds her life in a new city with a new job and new friends, her son’s estranged father returns to her life with tragic and life changing consequences for them all. Continue reading All About My Mother