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- Sign up online using the form below, then login to your Traverse account
- From the list below, choose the production you'd like to see and which performance you'd like to attend
- On the CHOOSE SEATS page, select a ticket, click CONTINUE and the discount will be applied to your basket
- Enjoy the show!
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We also offer a number of other concessions (for students, under 30s, over 65s, people with disabilities). See our Box Office page to find out more about our other concessions.
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Class Act Showcase 2024Students from Firrhill High School, Craigroyston High School, Tynecastle High School, Leith Academy, Trinity High School as well as young people from Intercultural Youth Scotland
Wed 6 - Thu 7 Mar, 7:30pm
Each script will be brought to life by a team of professional theatre-makers including directors, actors, filmmakers and musicians!
A Giant on the BridgeDevised by Jo Mango and Liam Hurley
Fri 8 - Sat 9 Mar, 7:30PM
Unflinching, spellbinding gig-theatre
Don't. Make. Tea.by Rob Drummond
Thu 21 - Fri 22 Mar, 7.30pm
The near future. The benefits system has undergone a transformation. For the better? We shall see.
This Is Memorial DeviceBased on the book by David Keenan, Adapted and Directed by Graham Eatough
Wed 3 - Sat 6 Apr
The fictional history of 1980s Airdrie’s mysterious, post-punk legends it is a gloriously hallucinatory journey, back to the hopes and dreams of early adulthood
Chickenby Eva O’Connor and Hildegard Ryan
Thu 18 - Sat 20 Apr, 8PM
Don Murphy is a proud Irish man, a hopeless ketamine addict and one of his generation’s greatest actors. He also happens to be a chicken.
Rock, Paper, Scissorsby Jennifer Adam, Mhairi Quinn & Amy Hawes
Various dates, 8PM
Following on from their sell our shows in 2023, the Tandem Writers are back with a series of three individual 45-minute play readings expanding on their previous stories about survival and sustainability
Louder: A Project for New Writers
Fri 3 May, 7:30pm
A night of new writing from emerging theatre-makers of marginalised genders, inspired by the theme 'Louder'.
Jack Docherty in David Bowie and Me: Parallel Lives
Thu 16 - Sat 18 May, 7:30pm
Following rave reviews and a sell-out run at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Jack Docherty is taking his critically-acclaimed show David Bowie & Me on tour.
Storm Lanternby Duncan Kidd
Tue 4 - Thu 6 Jun, 8pm
Caught by the Nazis distributing forbidden leaflets, Sophie Scholl is facing execution. Only one route remains: confession and betrayal of everything she stood for…
The Last PearlBased on the ideas of environmentalist James Lovelock
Thu 6 - Sat 8 Jun, 7:30PM
A strong visual theatre piece using scaled models as well as bunraku and shadow puppetry that tells the story of a woman in the aftermath of a typhoon.
Maggie & MeWritten by Damian Barr and James Ley, adapted from the memoir by Damian Barr. Directed by Suba Das.
Wed 12 - Sat 15 Jun
“Don’t you worry. I’ll always love you. Love doesn’t run out. It’s not like the gas meter. I’ll find extra love.”
Lie Lowby Ciara Elizabeth Smyth
Wed 12 - Sat 15 Jun, 8PM
A darkly funny new play exploring the human brain via the genitals.