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Love Letters to the Public Transport System

Visiting Company

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A work-in-progress performance of a one woman show exploring the ordinary and extraordinary journeys we make every day, and a chance to finally thank the people who make them possible. Presented by National Theatre of Scotland (with Citizens Theatre and Traverse Theatre) as part of Reveal.

In association with the Citizens Theatre.

In a fast-moving world where no-one stays in one place for too long, Love Letters to the Public Transport System is a show that seeks to find and thank the people who transport us daily; to friends, to lovers, to work, to moments of significance in our lives.

But how do you find them?


With a rehearsed reading of…

Roman Bridge

By Martin Travers.
A deadly epidemic is choking Europe leaving only the fit and lucky alive. Superstition and religious intolerance are rife. Somewhere in rural Lanarkshire Craw leads Catherine to an ancient stone bridge and the promise of a new life. Set in another Scotland, this is a play about survival, sacrifice, murder, and love - and asks if we can ever truly leave the past behind.

Love Letters to the Public Transport System
By Molly Taylor
A Work-in-Progress

Roman Bridge
By Martin Travers
A Rehearsed Reading

Circle Studio

Wheelchair Access
Guide Dogs welcome


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REVEAL


This show is part of Reveal - a season of new work presented by the National Theatre of Scotland, including fully staged productions, works-in-progress and play readings.

Please note that you can see this production as part of a Double Bill (with Count Me In) on 18-19 March
(Roman Road is not included in the Double-Bill

REVEAL also includes:
Girl X
Count Me In
Double Bill: Count Me In & Love Letters...
Somersaults

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS AN ARCHIVE ENTRY. THIS SHOW IS NO LONGER ON SALE.

PRESS

A traditional monologue of extraordinary exuberance and power

The Scotsman

Simplicity is the key to Love Letters To The Public Transport System, Molly Taylor’s autobiographical monologue in which she attempts to track down the train and bus drivers who transported her and others to their accidental destiny

The Herald

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