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Tennis Elbow | The Lyceum | Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh

The Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and Pitlochry Festival Theatre present TENNIS ELBOW by John Byrne in association with Naked Productions Ltd. Our second Sound Stage production, Tennis Elbow will be John Byrne’s first original new play for 13 years and is a follow up to his acclaimed 1977 debut Writer’s Cramp. This bittersweet comedy follows the life and work of a mischievous lost artist, Pamela Crichton-Capers as she tries to make her way in the world.

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TENNIS ELBOW by John Byrne | Review - LondonTheatre1

TENNIS ELBOW is the first play that John Byrne has written for thirteen years, and is in fact a companion piece to his critically successful Writer’s Cramp, first staged at the Edinburgh ...

Stream review: Tennis Elbow at Sound Stage: Pitlochry ...

Playwright John Byrne Tennis Elbow cast The latest audio drama from Pitlochry and the Lyceum's new online platform SoundStage is a story within a story, a writer writing about writing, as Maureen Beattie's narrator tells the life story of the late writer and artist Pamela Crichton-Capers (Kirsty Stuart) to the Nitshill Writing Circle, is brought to life in flashbacks.

Stream: Tennis Elbow by John Byrne — Edinburgh Music Review

The catholic education and relationships forged by girls at that time underpin a series of unfortunate events in John Byrne’s new work. The distaff side of ‘Writer Cramp’ it explores the life of Pamela Crichton Capers, the estranged wife of Francis Seneca McDade, the protagonist of Byrne’s earlier comedy of 1977.

John Byrne returns with Tennis Elbow, a sequel 44 years in ...

John Byrne returns with Tennis Elbow, a sequel 44 years in the making. DURING the Renaissance, the Italians spoke of the “Uomo Universale”, the “Universal Man” who could “do all things if he will.”. If the Scottish arts can lay claim to having such a Renaissance man it is, surely, John Byrne. The Paisley-born man o’ pairts is equally acclaimed as a painter, playwright and screenwriter; not to mention his accomplishments as an illustrator, a theatre set designer and, perennially ...

Tennis Elbow : All Edinburgh Theatre.com

Sound Stage (Lyceum/Pitlochry Festival Theatre online): Fri 30 Apr – Sun 2 May; Fri 7 – Sat 8 May 2021. Review by Hugh Simpson. Thoroughly enjoyable on its own terms, Tennis Elbow – the latest offering from Pitlochry Festival Theatre and the Lyceum’s Sound Stage – is a flawed but very funny piece. The first play from Scottish cultural colossus John Byrne in many years, it is billed as a sequel to his 1977 success Writer’s Cramp.

Tennis Elbow review – rambunctious ride through an awful ...

Tennis Elbow review – rambunctious ride through an awful artist’s life. Available online. In a twist on John Byrne’s debut Writer’s Cramp, this is a fast-paced spoof hagiography of pulpy ...

Review: John Byrne’s Tennis Elbow, Sound Stage – ‘an ...

The cast of Tennis Elbow. For the latest instalment of Sound Stage, The Slab Boys’ John Byrne revisits his debut play in an audio comedy that feels destined for staged performance.

Theatre reviews: Tennis Elbow | Distance Remaining | The Scotsman

John Byrne’s new audio play, Tennis Elbow, is a hugely enjoyable romp, while there’s much food for thought in Distance Remaining, Stewart Melton’s linked trilogy of monologues about Scotland ...

Tennis Elbow review — an audio production rich in comic ...

John Byrne, in his first play for 13 years, develops a penniless writer called Pamela Crichton-Capers, bisexual, university dropout, stretcher-bearer and convict. Tennis Elbow takes the form of a...

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