After another year filled with the most exciting, provocative and diverse stories from around the world, TravFest19 is coming to a close on Sunday. We can't believe it's almost over! But don't you worry - there is still time to enjoy some of this Festival's most talked-about shows at the Traverse... if you're quick!
Week Two was another busy awards week for #TravFest19 productions with two shows winning a coveted Fringe First Award from The Scotsman. The winning shows, The Patient Gloria (which also picked up a Herald Angel award this week) and Until the Flood, join our week one winners; How Not to Drown, Enough and Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran.
We also can't shout loud enough about how pleased we are that Angus Taylor and Shauna Macdonald, the stars of one of our festival productions, Mouthpiece, were been announced as recipients of The Stage Edinburgh Award last week.
Huge congratulations also goes to Crocodile Fever which has been shortlisted for the Scottish Theatre Awards on the Fringe (formerly the Scottish Arts Club Award).
Breakfast Plays: The Future Is [...]
'An excellent piece of writing, with a strong and highly relevant message for today.'
★★★★ Scotsgay on Kit-Kat
Trying it On by David Edgar
'Thoughtful and witty... [a] call to arms to learn the lessons of the past/
★★★★ The Herald
The Patient Gloria by Gina Moxley
'A bold, brilliant and highly original piece... to say something bigger about the way women are policed and controlled, but also fight back.'
★★★★ The Scotsman
How Not to Drown by Nicola McCartney and Dritan Kastrati
'Brilliantly told by a cast of just five actors... truly stunning.'
★★★★★ The Scotsman
Planning your festival adventure for this week? Here's what our ticket availability looks like. Remember, for sold-out shows you can always try your luck in our Returns Queue.