Readings from eight brand new plays by emerging playwrights from England, Ireland, Poland, Scotland, Singapore, the USA and Wales.
New plays by Francisca da Silveira, Ansley Echols, Joanna Glum, Davey Goodwin, Amy Rhianne Milton, Ahmad Musta’ain Bin Khamis, Karolina Oleskiewicz and Morgan Powell.
Readings from eight brand new plays by emerging playwrights from England, Ireland, Poland, Scotland, Singapore, the USA and Wales. All playwrights are graduating from the Masters in Playwriting at the University of Edinburgh.
Get in at the ground level with some of the most exciting playwriting voices of the future as they explore the biggest questions of the current moment in fresh new ways
Venue: Traverse 2
Duration: 2 hours
Age Guide: 16+
Strictly no latecomers.
Additional Dates: 12 August 2019
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