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                    Local Theatre Company Announces Platinum Season
                         EGTG celebrates 70 years of amateur theatre in Edinburgh

                                                             Local amateur theatre company, Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group (EGTG), will                                                       celebrate 70 years of producing theatre in 2024, with a bumper season of theatrical                                             productions, drama workshops, and more.

                                                            EGTG was first started in 1954 by alumni of the Edinburgh University Dramatic Society, and has gone on to become one of Edinburgh’s most respected amateur theatre companies, presenting a versatile catalogue of challenging contemporary work through to crowd-pleasing classics. In 2024 the group will celebrate its 70th anniversary with the staging of six plays and an exciting calendar of events to run throughout the year.

EGTG kicks off its season at the SCDA One Act Festival with Martin Foreman’s Taiwan, directed by Claire Morand. It’s a question of survival

Later in the spring, EGTG presents the contemporary provocative drama The Fastest Clock in the Universe by Philip Ridley, directed by Abbye Eva

EGTG will present two plays at the Edinburgh Fringe 2024, the first of which will be the oft-overlooked The Ruffian on the Stair by Joe Orton
And the UK premiere of A Singular Deception, written and directed by Hilary Spiers

Following these with  Dangerous Corner by J.B. Priestley in the autumn.

To close the year, EGTG returns to its roots with a large ensemble play to celebrate the festive season.

Away from the stage EGTG will run a series of events celebrating 70 years of theatre in Edinburgh, including a series of devising workshops, an exhibition, and more.

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