Traverse Festival 2017: Pre-View
The University of Edinburgh and Playwrights’ Studio, Scotland present: Five readings from five brand new plays.
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The University of Edinburgh and Playwrights’ Studio, Scotland
Five readings from five brand new plays.
Margaret of Anjou arrives in England to marry King Henry VI.
A coming-of-age epic set against the turmoils of modern masculinity.
In Roslyn Glen the lives of three women fatefully collide across the millennia.
A young man, missing presumed dead, returns home.
Extracts are performed as readings by professional actors. All writers are graduating from the MSc in Playwriting at the University of Edinburgh.
ed.ac.uk / @EdinburghUni
playwrightsstudio.co.uk / @Pwrightsstudio
Dates: Mon 7 & 14 Aug, 7.30pm
Age Recommendation 16+
Image by Mihaela Bodlovic
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