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“Who said smashing things up was a bad thing?” Three strangers are about to face their demons head on in this powerful new Traverse Theatre Company production from Olivier Award-winning writer Stef Smith (9 - 30 August)
Confidence is everything in the world of high finance. Lose that and you lose everything. Writer Andy Duffy provides a poetic insight into the psychology of a banker's world in our second Traverse Theatre Company festival production (7-30 August)
Curated by Zinnie Harris, six leading playwrights living and working across the globe all respond to the word ‘Tomorrow'.
Choose from a selection of our Script bundles, each containing 10 scripts and all for the bargain price of £8. Sale on for a limited time. read more
Listen to the Traverse Writers podcast, featuring interviews with well-known writers and theatre makers about the art of playwriting and the role it plays in their lives... read more
We provide exciting opportunities for people of all ages, with projects led by professional theatre-makers and focus on playwriting and creating theatre... read more
Are you aged between 18-25 and interested in theatre? Whether you've written something before or are completely new to playwriting, all you need is enthusiasm and a pen... read more
Another week, and another Traverse Theatre Company production
Crash is the story of an enigmatic
trader, played by Jamie M ... read more
We cannot wait to see the world premiere of Swallow - a painful yet playful, poignant
but uplifting play, that looks at the extremes of everyd ... read more
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10 Cambridge Street, Edinburgh,
Scotland, EH1 2ED
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