Leith Moves: Traffik by Duncan Kidd

Saturday 24th - Sunday 25th June 2017
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Strange Town Youth Theatre presents a brand new play by Duncan Kidd, to be performed promenade style, at Out of the Blue as part of the Leith Moves project.

Performances are on Saturday 24th June at 6pm and Sunday 25th June at 2pm & 5pm 

A search for others and a search for self. We follow the parallel journeys of different characters, different groups of refugees, passing through history. A mistaken identity. A betrayal. Shelter. Heartbreak. And hope.

Cast: Strange Town’s Thursday 14-18 group
Director: Steph Smart
Assistant Director: James Mills
Stage Manager: Berta Cusso
Note: Contains some strong language
Recommended for ages 14+
Please note the audience will be standing throughout the performance. If you need a seat please let us know by emailing admin@strangetown.org.uk and we will make arrangements for this.

Book tickets via eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/traffik-by-duncan-kidd-tickets-33118383978

Photo credit: Paul Johnston

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