Theatre: Rough Island, A Play, A Pie and A Pint, OranMor, Glasgow. 3 – 8 February
Written by Nicola McCartney
Directed by Alasdair McCrone
Monday 3rd – Saturday 8th Feb
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Rough Island is a co-production with Mull Theatre.
The play will open and run for a week at Òran Mór then will tour in the Highlands and Islands.
Featuring Astrid Azurdia, Barrie Hunter, Helen McAlpine and John Scougall.
13th July 1985; the day of Live Aid. Today will change the world. Everyone wants to be at Wembley. But not everyone is. On a beach on a tidal island, four young friends have a party and tune in to the greatest gig on earth. Then the tide comes in. Only three of them will come back. Nearly thirty years later, three friends stand on that same beach and search for the answer to what happened.
Nicola McCartney is a leading Scottish playwright who has written many plays including Heritage, Home and Lifeboat. Previous work for PPP includes Miracle and Resurrection (ad.. from Tolstoy). She is also dramaturg and director, and leads the MSc Playwriting at University of Edinburgh.
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