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Friday 14 August 2020 @ 9:00 pm
NATIONAL THEATRE of SCOTLAND
The world faces a catastrophe of biblical proportions, but all Noah seems to do is fiddle with his boat. Is it part of his grand vision or has he just lost the plot? Frustrated at being kept out of the loop, his wife and daughter watch the rain come down and try to decide whether to stand by him or take a chance on looking after themselves. Liz Ewing & Jasmin Ewing-Asname star in a new short from writer Andy Edwards, directed by Kolbrún Björt Sigfúsdóttir.
“This is my first project with the National Theatre of Scotland, and I’m delighted to be involved. It’s a privilege to share space with this fantastic group of Scotland’s writers. Theatre and its stories are places to breathe, spaces to anchor. I hope these scenes might do something similar – and make room for people to access them as they need; to think, feel, rest and gather during this challenging time.”
ANDY EDWARDS, WRITER
SCENES FOR SURVIVAL HARDSHIP FUND
The Scenes for Survival Hardship Fund is a fundraising campaign launched by the National Theatre of Scotland in association with the Federation of Scottish Theatre, the McGlashan Charitable Trust and leading Scottish Theatre organisations, to raise money for those in the sector who have been hardest hit financially and are experiencing drastic economic and emotional hardship.
All donations to this fund will go directly to provide support for those most impacted within Scotland, be they actors, writers, creatives, musicians, technicians or any others within our industry.
A sector-wide call out with information and details of how to apply for support from the SFS Hardship Fund will be launched at the end of July 2020. The Federation of Scottish Theatre and the McGlashan Charitable Trust will ensure equitable distribution of the money raised.
We would be grateful if you would consider making a small donation to the Scenes for Survival Hardship Fund. Thank you for your support.
You can donate by clicking here