Playwrights' Studio, Scotland presents

Part of TalkFest at the Tron

19th April 2016


Written by Rosanna Hall
Directed by Amanda Gaughan

A rehearsed reading of a brand new play with Esme Bayley-Knaggs and more to be announced

Scott has returned from war. Scott cannot return from war. He repeats the impossible steps back home. What has he got to show for it? Just the shape of his body as it falls through the glass of Waverley Train Station? Justice is coming for a man who gave his life for your values. Someone who has been small for too long is about to stand up and be counted. 

Rosanna Hall is a Glasgow-based playwright. She attained a Masters degree in Writing for Theatre and Performance from the University of Edinburgh and has been working with a variety of youth and community theatres including Toonspeak and Birds of Paradise's youth group Bebop. Rosanna is a member of the BBC Writers Room and recipient of a Playwrights’ Studio’s New Playwrights Award.

Talkfest at the Tron is a mini-festival celebrating the work Scotland's playwrights. Packed with new playwriting, rehearsed readings, discussions, workshops, script surgeries and networking opportunities. ‚Äč 

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