A dream-play, a thriller, an old-fashioned love triangle meld in this unsettling tale about the constraints and liberating possibilities of language, and a journey from ignorance to knowledge in a nameless young peasant woman.
A modern Scottish classic, David Harrower’s intense rural drama was an immediate critical hit when it was first staged at the Traverse Theatre in 1995, heralding the arrival of a stunning new talent. It is the most performed modern Scottish play internationally and has been staged in twenty-five countries across the globe.
Designed by the team on Lyceum’s Bondagers, winners of the CATS Award for Design 2014/15
Written by David Harrower
Directed by Lu Kemp
Guidance: contains adult themes
Running time: approx 1hr 20min (no interval)
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