Truant

01/11/2011 – 19/11/2011

How do you find your limits without breaking the rules? Teenagers need to play truant from their parents to establish…

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27

27

21/10/2011 – 09/06/2012

27 is a new play by BAFTA-award winning writer Abi Morgan who created the screenplays for The Iron Lady (for…

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Tall Tales for Small People

30/09/2011 – 26/11/2012

As a travelling family make their way up to Blairgowrie for the berry picking, they stop for the night and…

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The Guid Sisters

21/09/2011 – 27/10/2011

Germaine Lauzon wins a million Green Shield stamps. Germaine is in for a windfall but the only way she can…

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Men Should Weep

16/09/2011 – 26/11/2011

Supported by Bank of Scotland, Pioneering Partner of the National Theatre of Scotland Set amid the grinding poverty of Glasgow’s…

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The Missing

15/09/2011 – 01/10/2011

Supported by Bank of Scotland – Pioneering Partner of the National Theatre of Scotland There are all sorts of missing.…

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Calum's Road

02/09/2011 – 26/11/2011

Supported by Bank of Scotland, Pioneering Partner of the National Theatre of Scotland Calum’s Road has become the stuff of…

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The Wheel

28/07/2011 – 28/08/2011

This extraordinary and unnerving new play by award-winning writer Zinnie Harris asks whether it is possible to travel through a…

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Knives in Hens

04/06/2011 – 16/07/2011

In a pre-industrial landscape, an unsettling and threatening love triangle emerges between the young woman, the ploughman and the hated…

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Dunsinane (2011)

13/05/2011 – 02/07/2011

The National Theatre of Scotland presents the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Dunsinane in association with the Royal Lyceum Theatre,…

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Staging The Nation

31/03/2011 – 20/12/2011

Introducing Staging The Nation. A conversation about theatre in Scotland: think, enjoy, discuss, debate, imagine… In its fifth year, the…

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Roman Bridge

16/03/2011 – 19/03/2011

A deadly epidemic is choking Europe leaving only the fit and lucky alive. Society has broken down and superstition and…

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