George Munro’s family epic Gay Landscape tells the story of Govan’s fiery Gascoyne sisters on three separate meetings between 1908 and 1914. Full of biting sibling banter, wit and social commentary, Gay Landscape is a Scottish classic play. Gay Landscape was first performed at the Citizens Theatre on February 24th, 1958. To our knowledge, the play has not been professionally produced since that original production when it was simultaneously presented live on television. A quote from Graham McLaren: “In my opinion George Munro’s Gay Landscape is a real Scottish classic, full of the robust, witty language, visceral characters and social commentary that we’ve come to expect from writers who developed their skills with Glasgow Unity Theatre Company - Ena Lamont Stewart being another. In a similar way to Men Should Weep it is a family epic set in a glasgow home and was a huge success when it played the Citizen’s Theatre in 1958. I am keen to see how a modern audience will respond to hearing it today."