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Writers from our Class Act, Scribble and Young Writers' Groups have come together to create new pieces exploring the theme of 'What Happens Next?' - their response to the current Referendum question. Eight pieces have now been inscribed on walls and surfaces throughout the building for you to find.
On the 30th anniversary of the 1984 miners’ strike, the National Theatre of Scotland adapts Joe Corrie's 1926 classic play about a Fife mining community buckling under the strain of a seven month lockout. Featuring live, gutsy folk-punk songs and full-blooded choreography, this is an uncompromising production.
Three of Scotland’s top playwrights, Clare Duffy, Jo Clifford, and Isabel Wright, have been commissioned to create new plays, working with the actors and directors of the Conservatoire’s world-renowned Masters in Classical and Contemporary Text programme.
In front of the world's media, Scotland’s Foreign Minister will shortly deliver a keynote speech outlining the newly independent nation’s relationship with the former UK. But there’s a problem. She’s refusing to speak the words she’s been given.
The story of a man who takes logical thinking too far by investing in a machine that can make his choices for him. As the nation is faced with a momentous decision as part of the Scottish Independence Referendum, we question how we choose.
Choir is a modern, musical look at what makes a community in 21st-century Britain. A deliciously dark peek past the fixed white smiles of a community choir, where old meet young, good meet bad, and there’s a man with a musical behind his eyes.
Scotland's New Writing Theatre,
10 Cambridge Street, Edinburgh,
Scotland, EH1 2ED
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