List of Series
List of Events
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.
Tools for Change: A Coin in Somebody Else’s PocketFree By Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan
Available Mon 5 Oct - Sat 28 Nov
Award-winning poet and playwright Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan explores the experience of being asked to write her very first play in this form bending monologue.
Tools for Change: Re: ExhibitFree By Gbolahan Obisesan
Available Mon 12 Oct - Sat 28 Nov
Director, actor and playwright Gbolahan Obisesan confronts colonial white privilege in a showdown between a producer and a performer.
Tools for Change: SafeFree By Niellah Arboine
Available Mon 19 Oct - Sat 28 Nov
Journalist and Gal Dem’s Lifestyle Editor Niellah Arboine tracks the journey of a woman searching for a safe space in the opinionated noise of the internet.
The Bus StopTicketed By Gavin Yule
Available until Tue 8 Dec
Casual. Common. Everyday. Disability hate crime is on the rise. Jack, a young wheelchair user, experiences a disability hate crime as he tries to take a bus home from Edinburgh. Should he report it?
MustardTicketed By Eva O’Connor
Available Tue 1 - Mon 14 Dec
A one-woman show about heartbreak, madness and how condiments are the ultimate coping mechanism, by award-winning playwright & performer Eva O’Connor.
Happenings - Live Response SessionFree
Tue 15 Dec, 7pm
Ask your questions directly to the creators behind the Happenings.
Until the FloodFree By Dael Orlandersmith
Available from Thu 3 Dec
Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith performs her poetic and revelatory play Until the Flood, recorded live on stage.
Happenings - Until the Flood with Dael OrlandersmithFree
Available from Thu 3 Dec
Playwright, performer and Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith discusses her show Until the Flood and the state of America in 2020.
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.
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.
A Gambler's Guide to DyingTicketed By Gary McNair
Available Thu 17 Dec - Wed 27 Jan
A new theatrical capture of the award-winning show by Gary McNair.