DUNDEE Rep Theatre presents The Bridge, based on ideas and stories from the Rep Community Company and featuring the Women’s Singing Group, this Saturday at 2.30 and 7.30 pm.
Muggy Sha’ is back by popular demand. The drunken woman with more life in her than a thousand others finds a girl dead on the banks of the Tay.
Will she drink herself to death and throw herself in the water, or haunt the streets and bars of the city until she rights a wrong?
Award-winning playwright Kevin Dyer is working with the Rep Community Company to include stories from the city.
It is followed on June 28 to 30 with the National Theatre of Scotland’s production of Knives in Hens, a remarkable play about the transformative power of knowledge and an emerging consciousness as the world moves from rural to the urban and industrial.
In a pre-industrial landscape, an unsettling and threatening love triangle emerges between the a young woman, a ploughman and the hated miller.
Ticket details for both production from the box office on 01382 223530 or www.dundeerep.co.uk