Enough of Him

Various locations

No longer going ahead as planned.

Overview

ENOUGH OF HIM NO LONGER GOING AHEAD AS PLANNED

Due to COVID-19, Scottish Government guidelines and our commitment to safeguarding audiences and those we work with, it is with great sadness that we announce that the National Theatre of Scotland and Pitlochry Festival Theatre co-production of Enough of Him will no longer be going ahead as planned. We are, however, looking at rescheduling this production and will post updates on this as soon as we have further information.

INFORMATION FOR TICKET HOLDERS:

All ticket holders will be contacted by the box office from which they purchased a ticket and offered a full refund or other options. For further information please do contact: boxoffice@nationaltheatrescotland.com

We would like to thank our partners, venues, funders, supporters and audiences for their continued generous support. Our thoughts are with everyone who is struggling at this difficult time.

“I have found myself. My voice. My truth.”

Based on a true story, Enough of Him explores the life of Joseph Knight, an African man brought to Scotland as a slave, by plantation owner John Wedderburn to serve in his Perthshire mansion.

Whilst in Scotland, Knight falls in love with Annie, a young Scottish servant working in the household. Lady Wedderburn strongly disapproves not only of their love affair but also of the close bond that has developed between Knight and her husband. As relationships strain and authority is challenged, the fallout threatens all of their futures, and Joseph’s long dormant ideas of freedom from the Scottish owner who has dominated his entire life are reignited.

Written by Edinburgh-based writer May Sumbwanyambe, this compelling domestic drama is a thrilling exploration of the dynamics of power: between slaves and free men, servants and masters, and husbands and wives.

#EnoughOfHim

Part of the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights Black History Month 2020 programme.

Written by May Sumbwanyambe. Directed by Justin Audibert.

A National Theatre of Scotland and Pitlochry Festival Theatre co-production.

Creative team

  • May Sumbwanyambe

    Writer
  • Justin Audibert

    Director

Cast

Aged 14-26? Theatre for a Fiver tickets available for this production.

The National Theatre of Scotland reserves the right to alter casts, performances, seating or ticket arrangements.