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The Traverse Festival is pleased to host five shows and events
as part of the 2015 Made in Scotland Showcase.
Announced as part of the launch event at the Royal Botanic
Gardens, the Traverse pr ... read more
There is a certain frisson of fun and excitement in the air
today - the CATS Awards shortlist is out!
In what has been a formidable year for Scottish theatre, and
Edinburgh-based venues in part ... read more
The Traverse Theatre is the only Scottish venue selected to
participate in this year's Linbury Prize for Stage
The three other UK venues include London's Royal Court,
Southampton's Nuff ... read more
A new addition to the Spring season, the Traverse will host
Two Minute Manifesto, curated by Scottish playwright,
David Greig, Scottish Greens activist for Edinburgh North &
Leith, Sarah Be ... read more
A series of preview performances of Quebecois play, Right Now by Catherine-Anne Toupin will be
presented by the Traverse Theatre Company in May.
A fresh modern play with a dark, unsettlin ... read more
We are delighted to announce that playwright and director Zinnie
Harris joins the Traverse Theatre Company as Associate Director
A playwright, screenwriter and director, ... read more
Earlier this month, playwright Stef Smith travelled with the
Traverse Artistic team to visit the Doosan Art Center in
Soeul. Here, she writes a personal account of her visit to Korea,
on usi ... read more
With bouncing, bopping, blue-grass and the power of the spoken
word, Imaginate Festival launches its 2015 programme today.
The Imaginate Festival, Scotland's international festival of
perf ... read more
The Traverse has been Seoul-searching this last week when our
Artistic Director, Orla O'Loughlin, Executive Producer, Linda
Crooks and writer Stef Smith travelled to South Korea.
Invi ... read more
The ever popular A Play, A Pie and A Pint series is
once again on the menu at the Traverse Theatre.
This Spring, the series features three plays first heard as part
of the 2014 Traverse Br ... read more
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