The Lyceum has a good modern foyer, one can book e-tickets and the staff are really nice and helpful. Inside, the old, lovable theatre styling is there, but it is clean and comfy. One feels at home. Costs are perfectly acceptable for well-produced productions and this was our second visit - there will be many more over the years. Previously we had seen an incredibly good production of The Price by Arthur Miller - a four part tour de force which was deeply impressive and wonderfully acted. This time we saw "Time and the Conways" by J B Priestley. This is a difficult play to produce with its 20 year time shifts and cast of ten (6 female, 4 male). It was nearing its transfer date to Dundee Rep, so everyone was polished and into their parts. You really did need to read the programme carefully beforehand and to concentrate hard throughout because it is elaborate fast dialogue. We enjoyed it very much, would have liked a less minimal, more convincing stage set and the play does have a seemingly inconclusive and tricky ending. However, this was, for us, time well spent. It is a joy to confirm how much more theatre can give than any form of recorded entertainment.
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