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 Post subject: Edinburgh in Autumn 2003
PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2003 3:25 am 
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The theatre scene in Edinburgh this Autumn including dance, about half way down:

Coming to a stage near you
By LIAM RUDDEN for The Evening News (Edinburgh)

With the longest-day fast disappearing over the horizon, the nights, as they say, will soon be drawing in. And what better way to fill the cold, dark autumn evenings than with a night at the theatre?

Okay, a night in front of a blazing coal fire with a bottle of wine and a loved one might be more romantic, but assuming you’ve got central heating, wine and a loved one can be as much a part of a romantic night out at the theatre.

It’s something they know at the King’s and Festival Theatres, where preparations are now well underway to stage their recently announced autumn/winter programmes, which both promise evenings of dance, theatre and music with the odd star name - and Dorothy Paul - thrown in to boot.

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Win a pair of tickets for the opening night of each of the seven productions making up the King’s drama subscription and the four productions at the Festival Theatre.

If you want to experience opera, dance and popular musicals, win a pair of tickets for the opening night of each of four productions at The Festival Theatre - Scottish Opera’s The Magic Flute, Les Ballets Trockadero De Monte Carlo, Annie starring Su Pollard and the Rambert Dance Company.

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<small>[ 18 February 2004, 03:49 PM: Message edited by: Stuart Sweeney ]</small>


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 Post subject: Re: Edinburgh in Autumn 2003
PostPosted: Wed Jul 09, 2003 1:17 am 
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I'm going to see Les Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo when they come to Edinburgh ...can't wait!!Will of course give you all a full report on the nights events.


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 Post subject: Re: Edinburgh in Autumn 2003
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That's super spf and we'll look forward to your review. The world is divided into those who think the Trocks are great and those who don't. Hope you end up in the former camp (sorry No.1) like me, but you'll be in good company even if you are in the latter. Darcey Bussell loves them, Deborah Bull can't see the pointe (sorry No.2).

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