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Soundhouse are delighted to kick off this very special season of Spotlight concerts with one of their very favourite singer-songwriters, Lizabett Russo.
Soundhouse Spotlight Sessions: JazzTicketed
Booking open until Mon 8 Mar
This jazz showcase features four stars of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's jazz course, who formed a band especially for this Soundhouse Spotlight Session.
Dominic Waxing LyricalTicketed
Booking open until Mon 15 Mar
Championed by John Peel and Lauren Laverne, Dominic Waxing Lyrical is something of a local phenomenon.
Until the FloodFree By Dael Orlandersmith
Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith performs her poetic and revelatory play Until the Flood, recorded live on stage.
The Stories We Tell About Black LivesFree By May Sumbwanyambe
In his wide-ranging video essay, May Sumbwanyambe draws links between the ways in Black people are represented and misrepresented in the media.
Episode 3: Anyone Can Write a PlayFree
How on earth do you find your plot? In the third workshop in her series, Meghan Tyler explains how.
The JourneyTicketed Created and Performed by Scott Silven. Written by Rob Drummond, Based on an Original Story by Scott Silven.
Livestreamed Tue 13 - Sun 18 Apr
Following a sold-out run, renowned theatremaker and illusionist Scott Silven returns to the Traverse and invites you to experience The Journey.
Happenings - Response SessionFree
Dael Orlandersmith, May Sumbwanyambe and Natasha Thembiso Ruwona respond to their Happenings and answer audience questions.
A Community Response to Race: Making Until the Flood with Dael OrlandersmithFree
Playwright, performer and Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith discusses her show Until the Flood and the state of America in 2020.
In Someone Else's Shoes: Edinburgh's Unexpected SummerFree
In Someone Else’s Shoes: Edinburgh’s Unexpected Summer transports you into the heart of another person’s life through immersive 360 degree video.
In Dreams I;Free By Natasha Thembiso Ruwona
In Dreams I; responds to Black geographies and how black people fit into spaces - physically or metaphorically. It is a mediation on history, identity and memory, and how these can often be blurred into one.
Traverse Young Writers Scratch PerformancesTraverse Festival
Available until 16 May 2021
Nine new short works by members of our Traverse Young Writers group created specifically for online presentation, created under lockdown conditions in May.