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Musical adaptation of the classic Scottish comedy
The Old Vic’s first musical in a little while is this hook up with Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre for a stage adaptation of the classic 1983 Scottish comedy about a Texan oil executive who gets far more than he bargained for when he tries to buy up an entire Scottish village. It's adapted by Bill Forsythe (who wrote and directed the film), Lyceum boss and playwright David Greig, with music by Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits fame. It’s already played in Edinburgh to warm reviews.
|Venue name:||Old Vic|
|Venue phone:||0844 871 7628|
103 The Cut
|Transport:||Tube: Waterloo; Rail: Waterloo|
|Opening hours:||Bar open 6pm-midnight Mon and Tue; 1pm-midnight Wed; 6pm-2am Thu and Fri; 1pm-2am Sat|
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