What's On / Archive

September 2017


Eve

Eve is a deeply personal story from legendary playwright and performer Jo Clifford. One of two intimate productions giving an insight into the real life experiences of trans people in Scotland.


Adam

A remarkable, true story of a young trans man fleeing from Egypt to Scotland. One of two intimate productions giving an insight into the real life experiences of trans people in Scotland.


August 2017


Oresteia: This Restless House

Zinnie Harris’ compelling and thrilling drama about three women who are forced to confront the consequences of their acts of violence returns in 2017 to the Citizens Theatre and Edinburgh International Festival.


June 2017


Scratched Love

A scratch night of short plays and scenes on the subject of emotional abuse in young relationships


April 2017


Life is not a rehearsal

The Citizens Young Co. presents a short, funny and thought-provoking new piece inspired by Hay Fever on the main stage before the play on selected dates.


Noel Coward’s Hay Fever

Noël Coward’s riotous farce charting the unconventional antics of a self-dubbed ‘bohemian’ family of four, directed by Artistic Director Dominic Hill. A co-production with Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh.


February 2017


Cuttin’ A Rug

The second instalment of John Byrne's much-loved Slab Boys trilogy.


December 2016


Hansel & Gretel

A delicious festive treat for all the family this Christmas!


November 2016


The Rivals

An elegant 18th-century comedy of manners directed by Citizens' Artistic Director Dominic Hill. "as funny as the best of today’s sitcoms" The Telegraph ★★★★★


October 2016


The Gorbals Vampire

A new play by Johnny McKnight performed by amateur actors and inspired by real-life events which took place in the Southern Necropolis in 1954.

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September 2016


Trainspotting 2016

**SOLD OUT** If returns become available, these will be available to purchase in person at the box office only

A coarse, intense and hilarious rollercoaster ride through the heroin-hinterlands of Thatcher-era Leith.


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