Plot thickens as the Makars stage Dinner

Photograph by PHIL WILKINSON / TSPL copyright ''EN PICS STAND ALONE.''THE CAST PICTURED AT A DRESS REHEARSAL OF 'DINNER WITH THE FAMILY''PERFORMED BY THE EDINBURGH MAKERS AT ST BRIDES COMMUNITY CENTRE , IN DALRY.''CURTAIN UP ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
Photograph by PHIL WILKINSON / TSPL copyright ''EN PICS STAND ALONE.''THE CAST PICTURED AT A DRESS REHEARSAL OF 'DINNER WITH THE FAMILY''PERFORMED BY THE EDINBURGH MAKERS AT ST BRIDES COMMUNITY CENTRE , IN DALRY.''CURTAIN UP ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
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THE Edinburgh Makars have been entertaining audiences at St Bride’s Theatre, Orwell Terrace, this week with a 1937 comedy drama Dinner with the Family.

It charts the adventures of the debonair Georges Delachaume, who has invited an innocent, but not so naïve, young lady to dinner to meet his parents.

However, beneath his bonhomie lurks a murky past – including a loveless marriage and a sordid affair with his best friend’s wife.

The last performance is tonight at 7.30pm.