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By David Greig

"The most vital playwright to have emerged north of the border in years." (Scotsman)

The Architect charts the increase and fall of Leo Black, as soon as an idealistic and idolised dressmaker, whose incredible visions are actually crumbling, together with his kin, within the gentle of grubby fact.

"Provides convincing facts of David Greig's convinced transition from a dramatist of promise to at least one of stature." (Independent)

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