|10th Feb 2024 to 2nd Mar 2024|
|7pm - Matinees 2pm Wed & Sat|
Royal Lyceum Theatre
Royal Lyceum Theatre Grindlay Street, Edinburgh Old Town EH3 9AX
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A new play by David Greig
Directed by Wils Wilson
Two Sisters is a new play by David Greig – his first wholly original play to be staged anywhere in about five years. It will be directed by Wils Wilson who collaborated with David on many shows, perhaps most notably The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart.
The story takes place over a single weekend as we meet sisters Emma and Amy as they return to their childhood ‘paradise’, a seaside caravan park. Yet, the park has changed, and their childhood now seems a blurred memory, as they delve into ‘adult things’; career anxieties and romantic complications. They encounter Lance, the DJ from back in the day, who resurfaces teenage memories and reminds them how far, or not so far, they have come from their teenage selves.
Two Sisters is story about looking back to your youth and looking forward to growing up. It’s a story about who we were when we were 16, who we become when we grow up, and the gap between these expectations.
A Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh and Malmö Stadsteater co-production.
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