Playing with Books – Edinburgh International Book Festival

The Edinburgh Book Festival’s celebrated co-productions with the Royal Lyceum Theatre are back with more theatrical and musical explorations of scenes from much-loved books followed by discussions with the author and creative teams. BAA’s Simon Donaldson will feature in dramatic scenes from Denise Mina’s award-winning true crime novel The Long Drop.

Pay-what-you-can tickets for the online event (available live, then on-demand until 28 August) are on sale now. The in-person performances for this event are now sold-out, although ticket returns may be available nearer the time.

More information and tickets here.


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