Watch: A year of lockdown at Edinburgh’s Lyceum Theatre through the eyes of its DSM

In the second in an ongoing series, join Entertainment Editor Liam Rudden as he visits the Capital’s best loved theatres and concert venues as they prepare to reopen.

In this installment we visit the historic Royal Lyceum on Grindlay Street, the Capital’s most famous producing theatre where Deputy Stage Manager (DSM) Claire Williamson reflects on her year in lockdown while giving a unique insight into the Lyceum theatre company’s hopes and dreams for the near future.

Read the feature, ‘People backstage are there because they love theatre too, not just because they like humphing scenery...’ here

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Read the first in the series, A first look inside the Edinburgh Playhouse after a year of lockdown… here

Claire Williamson, Deputy Stage Manager, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh.Claire Williamson, Deputy Stage Manager, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh.
Claire Williamson, Deputy Stage Manager, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh.

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