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50 years ago, on 1 October 1965, The Servant o’ Twa Maisters opened on The Lyceum stage: the first production from the new Royal Lyceum Theatre Company. In the half century since, a huge Lyceum family of writers, directors, designers and actors have created hundreds of productions. These pages brings together some of their reflections and recollections to tell a personal story of the Royal Lyceum Theatre Company and showcase stunning production photos from the last 50 years. Use the search function below to find your way around the archive by decade or choose - photography, video or quotation. 

A limited edition souvenir book featuring photography from a half century of the Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, along with essays and reminiscences from a variety of Lyceum alumni, is available to order online now or from the box office on 0131 248 4848.

We'll be adding to the archive over the course of our 50th Anniversary Season and would love to include your recollections and photos.
You can email them to us boxoffice@lyceum.org.uk 
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Tweet them to @LyceumTheatre #lyceum50