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Reveal Double Bill: Count Me In & Love Letters…

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See two brand new works-in-progress in one night, by National Theatre of Scotland (with Citizens Theatre and Traverse Theatre), from two up-and-coming theatrical talents Gary McNair and Molly Taylor. Part of Reveal.

In association with the Citizens Theatre.

Love Letters to the Public Transport System

By Molly Taylor
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? 

This one woman show explores the ordinary and extraordinary journeys we make every day, and finally thanks the people who make them possible.

Count Me In

By Gary McNair
Have you ever stopped to really think about it? Not just left or right, red or blue, but how it came about in the first place and how the whole system works?
In his latest one man show, Gary McNair investigates how we all live in a political system that none of us signed up to - we were just born into it. Do we just have to like it or lump it? Or can we do something about it?
Make sure you’re there because every vote counts. Or does it?

A Double-Bill of Two Works-in-Progress

Count Me In
By Gary McNair

Love Letters to the Public Transport System
By Molly Taylor

Circle Studio

Wheelchair Access
Guide Dogs welcome

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These shows are 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 each of these shows separately (accompanied by a rehearsed reading of Roman Road):
Wed 16 March – Count Me In
Thu 17 March – Love Letters to the Public Transportation System

REVEAL also includes:
Girl X
Love Letters to the Public Transport System
Count Me In

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