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A real treat of a production and a fitting leaving present from the Lyceum company to its departing artistic director Mark Thomson.

And at times, it is – but these are light relief moments from a play about an illicit student-teacher love affair, staged experimentally by New York-based theatre company One Year Lease Theater.

Jimmy Chisholm is immense as the passionate, self-obsessed clown Moliere, pacing the rehearsal rooms and apartments of his company.

Lochhead creates an intense, driven man, who can't see past his arrogance to recognise his own reflection in the twisted characters he creates for the stage – and Chisholm finds the humanity of his soul.

We are gathered here today to talk acting and Edinburgh and love and growing old with two actors at very different stages of their careers, linked by a love of acting, by the Fringe and more tangentially by their Scottish histories. You don’t look it”), puppy-dog eager and still a fresh face.

The Groucho Club is humming with life and conversation and alcohol (though in the interest of full disclosure, of the three of us only Rigg is partaking).

The six-strong ensemble recount the affair in texts – 'the antsy Morse code of Red's fingers typing' and the 'buzz buzzes' of night-time meet-ups.

These fragments of dialogue are paired with a physical production.

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Although her father had hoped that she would get her education from a public school, Edward VIII, who was the new king, decided that she should be educated privately instead.

A date for the event has yet to be revealed, leaving fans on tenterhooks.

Two separate meetings will be held for those over and under the age of 18.

Reining in his enthusiasm to keep it grounded against the realities of court politics is Siobhan Redmond's big-hearted, long suffering Madeleine.

Once his lover and always his partner in the company, it's a performance full of understanding, which brings out the complexities of their relationship and the company’s situation.

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