David Tennant Features In Edinburgh's Lyceum Theatre 50 Year Retrospective & Souvenir Book



The Royal Lyceum Theatre Company in Edinburgh is celebrating its 50th anniversary today and taking a look back at the notable actors and creators who have worked with the theatre during the last half century.

David Tennant is one of many stars who have trodden the boards of that venerable stage and who have contributed to a souvenir book, 50 Years Of The Lyceum


50 Years of The Lyceum 
A limited edition souvenir book featuring stunning archive photography from the last 50 years of the Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, along with essays and reminiscences from a variety of Lyceum alumni including Richard Eyre, Bill Bryden, Eileen McCallum, David Tennant, Siobhan Redmond and Alan Cumming. Available in person at The Lyceum or online at www.lyceum.org.uk, price £25.

The Scotsman are currently publishing selected extracts from the book: here and here.

In addition, the Lyceum is celebrating its 50 year anniversary on its website with a retrospective of archive photos and quotes and memories from its stars, including Brian Cox, Sam Heughan, Francis O'Connor and Tom Conti. 

David first appeared at the Lyceum in 1991in the Christmas panto Shinda The Magic Ape (above), and then again in 1992 for Merlin and Hay Fever (below).



He returned in 2005 for his CATS award-winning performance as Jimmy Porter in Look Back In Anger.






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